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Rappelling and Ascending Ascending descending and rope rescue are very exhilarating sources of entertainment and rescue while at the same time extremely complicated This brief history of the long and ever adapting history of rope climbing and rescue is very interesting The following article will provide information on how and why people do this on their free time for entertainment purposes There are many types of tools and equipment used in rope rescue for all of its demanding tasks Many knots are developed and used for safety purposes Many skills are needed to be a good climber Safety is always the primary concern of a climber or rescuer Rope rescue is a major area in todays rescue world Yesterdays hemp rope has evolved into a vigorous sport for some and a dangerous career for others The history of rope can be traced back to as early as prehistory Rope a flexible line made of fibers or wires twisted or braided together for tensile strength At first rope was twisted by hand The Egyptians used tools to make rope from papyrus and leather but hemp was the standard for rope until the 19TH century when Manila hemp replaced it It was not until the 1950s when synthetic rope was introduced There is an enormous difference between natural and synthetic ropes There are a few different types of climbing such as alpine climbing ice climbing and rock climbing Throughout the world there are men and women who travel to exotic mountains for one purpose only to reach the summit For as long as time can tell people have had an unquenchable thirst for thrill and excitement I think other sports would struggle to compete with the exhilaration and danger of rappelling and ascending Many people have made the ultimate sacrifice to explore their dreams on some of the most extravagant mountains here on Earth Mount Everest is the highest mountain on Earth and the ultimate mountain for
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