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canyon exploring with Michele Angileri

Cascata del Morrone

The water jet of Morrone fall is an element of energy and force in the sweet and relaxing landscape of Rocca d'Arce. But when you rappel along it you realize that the descent of the waterfall is gentle and relaxing too, because the energy of the jet spreads into little streams of pure beauty.

Name Cascata del Morrone
Area Lazio, Ciociaria
Nearest village Santopadre
Elevation loss 50 m
Length 50 m
Highest cascade 35 m
Rock Limestone
Shuttle No
Explored by Michele Angileri, Renato Donati, Andrea Pucci; april 3rd 2005


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Renato is the first rapping down. Who will be the second, Andrea or I? I say:
it's me, so I can take some photograph of you descending
Ok. My backpack is empty, give me something yours
Well. Take this little waterproof tank, and the bolts bag.

But what the waterproof tank contained? the camera! So I could take a photograph only if Andrea would let down his backpack. But making Andrea understand what I wanted was not simple because the loud noise of the waterfall. Andrea understands only when he is half the descent. He stops, lowers his backpack tied to the rope, so I could take the camera and you can see the pictures here.

Photographs in this website show ultralight ropes (6 mm ropes made of high tenacity fibers). Read multimedia book Ultralight ropes canyoning technique to learn how to use them.

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