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Triple-digit meters of rope is a lot to pack down a canyon or up a Himalayan peak, so it's a good thing the Mammut Performance Static Canyoneering Rope comes in a 9mm thickness option at only 51 g/m.

  • High abrasion resistance provides security when rappeling over sharp rock
  • All Mammut ropes utilize high quality Polyamide 6 nylon filament yarns for durability and longevity
  • Mammut ropes are created in a climate-neutral manufacturing process
  • Note: Not for climbing belaying

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4 5

Gets the job done!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I bought this rope for the first 300 foot rap into Englestead. The rope is lightweight (when dry), it has a nice soft hand feel and after a few canyons seems to be holding up. Even when its wet rappelling on it is smooth and easy. The only down side I noticed is it gets HEAVY when its wet. If you plan on doing dryer canyons and need a long cheap rope this one will do the job!

Gets the job done!

Does this rope float in water? Looking to use it for canyoneering wet canyons

Hey Max,

Mammut's static ropes are nylon not polyester. Polyester absorbs less water and will float better but will stretch far more. A nylon rope will not float as well as Polyester but will have less give.

I have an email headed your way with some more details.

Eric Watford
Expert Gearhead

5 5

Excellent and lightweight

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This rope is great. I bought the 100m when it was on sale, and wish I would have bought the 200m instead. At 9mm, it's lightweight enough to carry easily and yet very sturdy for your rappels. I use it doubled up with the Mammut Bionic 8 Belay device and also the Black Diamond ATC Guide. Both slide through this rope effortlessly. The orange color is great and easy to see. Using the figure 8, this rope doesn't seem to twist as I thought it might. For the price, I don't think you can beat this rope, and with a name like Mammut, you know it's going to be good quality.

5 5

Great bang for your buck

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

For the money and the weight you'll be spending on this rope, it doesn't get much better. It does run a little fast through an ATC guide if you're a heavier person, but that's one of the drawbacks of such a lightweight rope. Like Bill said below, there's not really a problem using this rope in wet conditions as long as there's no worry about it freezing.

If you're looking to protect it when it's not in use, the 100m DOES fit in the Metolius RopeMaster HC bag, even though that was designed for 70m ropes.

Great bang for your buck

Depends on what you're going to be using it for. I use mine for mostly long, dry rappels and the occasional wet rappel in warm weather. If you're going to be doing a lot of wet rappels and don't need the length, go with the Edelweiss. I went with this one because the extra 40m of rope opens a lot more canyons for not a lot more money.

This rope seemed to work well for for Luke...

This rope seemed to work well for for Luke Molas in very wet conditions. I will not be rappelling in waterfalls but I do encounter a lot of rain in Oregon. This rope comes in the length I need, 300ft, and at a good price. Is this rope a good choice for me or am I better off waiting for the Edelweiss Everdry in 300ft?

Best Answer

As long as you are not going to use it in the winter. The real problem with ropes that are not dry treated is they can freeze very easily. If you plan to only use in warmer conditions this will be fine. It wont dry as quickly but, the rope will still work fine when wet.

Cassidy Arch Canyon

Cassidy Arch Canyon

Mammut Performance Static Canyoneering Rope

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5 5

Low-weight High-action

When you are like Bob and dangling off a 150 ft vertical rappel on a mere 9mm of rope you don't want any second doubts about your gear. This rope is tough and light, perfect for high mountain adventures and sub-terrain-ion slot canyons. Highly recommended.

Low-weight High-action
3 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is a nice rope FOR DRY USE. Do not let the photos in other reviews convince you to buy this rope for wet situations, the rappels are not smooth when wet (also heavier), but this was to be expected as the rope is not dry-treated, if you plan to use this in water situations, I recommend a dry-treated rope. I got an additional 20 feet of rope on the spool which was a nice surprise. Overall its a good rope at a nice price.

Mammut 9mm

Mammut 9mm

The Best Rope I've used super durable.

I don't rock climb. I love to do canyoneering in Zion (mostly repealing). Will this work? The longest repeal I will need in the next year will be 120 ft. How long will this rope last me?

Sorry I?m new to all of this.

I purchased a 100 meter spool of this rope specifically for canyoneering. It has be an ok rope. I have used it through several long canyons (some with as many as 25 rappels) and it has held up quite well. I am still using it to this day. My next rope will likely be an Imlay....