Why play adventure at fever pitch?
You have to reach the rappelling rock by crossing the dam and then trek a bit to reach
the 70 feet high rock. With a beautiful view of campsite and Manchanabele dam, with a
bit of fear and lot of fun, you will rappel down the rock. Professional instructors, friendly
guides, imported equipment and your team mates cheering you on will make sure that
your rappel is successful.

Rappelling is the controlled descent down a rock face using a rope. Climbers use
this technique when a cliff or slope is too steep and/or dangerous to descend without
protection. Rope access technicians also use this as a method to access difficult to
reach areas at height for various industrial applications like maintenance, construction,
inspection and welding. Rescue teams are also known for using this method as a way
to access injured or stranded victims. In simpler terms Rappelling is nothing but a way
to move down from a steep rock with the help of ropes and other gear. Rappelling
is an activity that can give you those adrenaline rushes. There are several types to
it but the most common is to stand vertical to the wall while you are tied with ropes,
harnessed properly and you descend down maneuvering the rope movement. It is a
very interesting technique to learn and once you have done it you will want to do it
Fever Pitch Basecamp has a 27 feet long rock and a 70 feet long rock which will be
used for rappelling.

A zip-line (also known as a flying fox, foefie slide, zip wire, aerial runway, or aerial rope
slide) consists of being suspended on a cable, usually made of stainless steel, mounted
on an incline. It is designed to enable a user, propelled by gravity, to travel from the top
to the bottom of the inclined cable by holding onto, or attaching to, the freely moving
pulley. Zip-lines come in many forms, most often used as a means of entertainment.
For the first time in Bangalore, Fever Pitch Holidays has introduced zipline to thrill the
There are two kinds of Zipline on offer.
Zipline across Terrain:
Zipline is done between two high points over dry land or a plain.
Zipline is when we slide down from an inclined position.
Another variation of it is artificial River cross where in we pull ourselves from an inclined

Zipline across Dam:
Zipline is done between two valleys over water body or a river.
Zipline is when we slide down from an inclined position.
River cross where in we pull ourselves from an inclined position

Jumaring is a type of rope activity where in a vertical rope climbing or Ascending.
It is to be done by utilizing a specifically designed kit called a Jumar kit, also
called Jumar clamp or Climbing Ascenders.
The kit consists of ropes, safety harness and a clamp with a handle that can move
freely up a rope on which it is clipped but locks when downward pressure is applied.
A combination of pulling the right and left Jumar clamps while in tandem with
“crouching” or “sitting” with the help of a harness and standing on the “loop” of the rope
is required to ascend the vertical challenge.
Requiring minimal effort or arm strength but a little of technique, this is one a challenge
unto its own.
The purpose is ascending on a rope and reaching the top of tree following which is the
fun part A FREE FALL.

Commando Walk:
Also called a balance walk, tight rope walking with harness, is an adventurous rope activity.
The basic theme is to perform tight rope walking a few feet meters above the ground.
The balance walk will be done in between two trees with dry land underneath the tight
rope while being harness to a sling tape and a safety belay rope above.
The balance walk will test the sense of balance and also test the degree to which we
are in tune with our upper and lower body.
Certainly a worthy challenge and most certainly earns bragging rights if you manage to
finish the fastest.