New Hampshire's Home For Waterfall Rappelling
It’s time to take traditional rappelling to the next level! Bring your family and friends to rappel one of New Hampshire's magnificent, 100+ foot waterfalls with the spectacular scenery of the White Mountains all around you. Enjoy a short, scenic hike into the falls before you scramble to the top of the falls and rappel back down. Each participant will rappel up to 3 times! This is a once in a lifetime experience and NEM is excited to have brought this adventure to New Hampshire.
During this adventure, you can sit out any rappels that you are not comfortable with and there is always a walk down option. All rappels are backed-up by a secondary rope and a mountain guide making this an amazing experience with minimum risk.
What To Know
Length: 1/2 Day
Guide-to-Client Ratio: 1:4
When: Memorial Day - September
1 person: $170 per person
2 people: $150 per person
3 people: $135 per person
4 people: $125 per person
5+people: Call for rates
7 DAYS PER WEEK
For your convenience, we climb 7 days per week in season.
What time does the program begin and how long will be rappel for?WATERFALL RAPPELLING
You will meet your guides at The Bunkhouse at Northeast Mountaineering in Bartlett, NH at your designated time. We will take 30 minutes to outfit you with any rental gear, watch an introduction video and learn to rappel at The Bunkhouse.
Monday-Thursday: Waterfall Adventures meet at 10am and return around 3pm.
Friday-Sunday: Morning session meets at 8am and return around 1pm. Afternoon session meets at 1pm and return around 6pm.
You will meet your guides at The Bunkhouse at Northeast Mountaineering in Bartlett, NH at 8am. We will take 30 minutes to outfit you with any rental gear and learn to rappel at The Bunkhouse before heading over to the local cliff.
Do we have to hike to the waterfall or cliff?Yes. The hike is approximately one mile on terrain that is designated as moderately easy. The hike typically takes 20-30 minutes.
What kind of footwear should I wear?For Waterfall Rappelling, please wear strap on sandals, sneakers, watershoes or hiking boots. For Cliff Rappelling, please wear sneakers or hiking boots.
What should I wear?Please wear synthetic materials that will dry out quicker than cotton such as wool, polyester, or techwick. For Waterfall Rappelling, please bring sneakers, water shoes, strap-on sandals or hiking boots that can get soaked as you will be standing in water at times. You will appreciate having a towel and a dry shirt for after the fun has ended.A small backpack to carry these items plus some food and water is recommended. For Cliff Rappelling, please wear comfortable activewear. We recommend that you wear a t-shirt and shorts because you will be wearing a harness. A small backpack to carry these items plus some food and water is recommended.
Is it safe?Rappelling is very safe when conducted properly, especially when assisted by a guide. Our guides are trained to mitigate the dangers and other inherent hazards.
How many people are in a group?We offer a maximum ratio of 4 clients per guide for rappelling courses - typically 8 participants with 2 guides.
Are there age restrictions?As long as you are approved for vigorous activity and/or you have a parent/guardian signature and you fit into the harness, you are welcome to join us!
For your convenience, we have the mandatory gear available for rent! We also have a small selection of clothing available for rent if you are missing anything listed above. Upon completion of registration, you will receive a welcome packet via email with a gear rental form that you will complete and return to reserve the gear you need for you adventure!
|[ ] Pack with Waist Strap: A backpack is recommended for rappelling.|
|[ ] Climbing Harness: A comfortable, adjustable climbing harness.||Camp Group II|
|[ ] Helmet: A lightweight climbing helmet.||Camp Rock Star|
|[ ] Belay Device|
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GENERAL POLICIESNEMs Adventure plans and itineraries are subject to change or adjustment based on a number of factors. These include, but are not limited to, route conditions, weather, terrain, and many other factors. NEM has complete discretion to change plans to accommodate any of these or other factors, including discretion to change program schedule or itinerary, and change guides or staff, as necessary for the proper and safe conduct of the program.
We reserve the right to cancel any program due to inadequate signups, weather or route conditions. In such a case, an NEM credit for the full value is given; however, NEM cannot be responsible for any additional expenses incurred in preparing for the program (i.e., airline tickets, equipment purchase or rental, hotel reservations).
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SUMMIT ATTEMPTNortheast Mountaineering cannot guarantee that you will reach the summit. Weather, route conditions, your own abilities or the abilities of others may create circumstances that make an ascent unsafe, and you or your entire party will have to turn around without reaching the summit. Your program fee entitles you to one summit attempt on your specified dates.
RISK MANAGEMENTSafety is NEM’s number one priority. Our guides manage significant hazards inherent in the mountains such as avalanches, ice fall, rock fall, inclement weather, and high winds, but they cannot eliminate them. NEM guides draw from their wealth of experience and training to make sound decisions that maximize your experience without compromising the necessary margin of safety. Please clearly understand that mountaineering and all other mountain adventures are inherently hazardous sports. You are choosing to engage in an activity in which participants have been injured and killed. While those accidents are indeed infrequent, they may occur at any time and be out of our control. We ask that participants acknowledge the risk and hazards of these sports, and make their own choices about whether or not to engage in these activities.
DOMESTIC ADVENTURESPayment in full is due at the time of booking. Cancellations outside of 7 days are fully refundable except for a $50 service fee. There will be no refunds for cancellations made less than 7 days before your program. Unfortunately, due to the time-sensitive nature of our business, and the difficulty in re-booking a trip close to departure, we cannot make exceptions to this policy. Payments may be made via MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or check.
INTERNATIONAL ADVENTURESA non-refundable deposit of $500 per person secures your reservation but may vary - please check the individual pages. Payments may be made via MasterCard, Visa, American Express, or check. Final payment is due 1 month [30 days] before departure - but may vary.
CANCELLATIONThere will be no refunds for cancellations made less than 7 days before your program. Unfortunately, due to the time-sensitive nature of our business, and the difficulty in re-booking a trip close to departure, we cannot make exceptions to this policy.
CHANGE OF DATEDate changes are subject to availability and apply only to the current climbing season. Date changes may be requested at anytime up to 7 days prior to your departure date for a $25 fee per person. Date changes may be requested at anytime up to 3 days prior to your departure date for a $50 fee per person. There are no date changes allowed less than 2 days before departure.