Bluewater 8 mm Canyon Pro Rope

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Bluewater 8 mm Canyon Pro Rope -
With a static elongation of only three percent and a whopping force rating of 1,000 lbf, the Blue Water Canyon Pro Rope won't throw any surprises at you when you're dropping down into the abyss.


  • Double-pick construction for excellent handling characteristics


  • Low weight and a thin size increases packability for long approaches


  • Low elongation reduces sawing motion during rappels
  • A 1,000-pound working load to give you confidence on long raps
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Designed for the sandstone of Southern Utah, BlueWater's 8.
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Country of Origin:USA
Tensile Strength:6000 lbf
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Bluewater 8 mm Canyon Pro Rope Reviews:


When I first picked this up I was shocked at how light it was. Maybe I've just been using older ropes for too long and it's yesterdays news that they make ropes this light but I'm impressed.
I would recommend this rope if you've got experience canyoneering. If not, go with a fatter rope. Because of the smaller diameter on this bad boy, you go down the rappels much faster. Which is great when you're trying to break personal records but not so great when you're just learning how to rappel.

zak harris at on 06/13/2012

The Blue Water Canyon Pro Rope - 8mm is a great canyoneering rope. The lite weight is great when approaches & canyons are multiple miles all day affairs. 8mm is fast on rappel so experts and thin people only. You also want to change the rub point on sharp edges constantly. 9mm is better for novices/intermediates, people who have more gravity mass, or if none of the above made any sense.
The orange color shows up well in pictures.

Shaun at on 08/01/2011

Excellent for Canyoneering

I have used this rope for many visits to the canyons of Zion and the Southwest. This rope is flexible, durable, and most importantly, light weight for those extended hikes into and out from the canyons. Recommend use with a rope bag to facilitate tangle free deploying and re-stowing after each rappel.
Fred at Mountain Gear on 03/03/2013

This rope is an awesome color. It is super lightweight and compact. It has held ok to the abuse of Southern Utah canyons. I am a little concerned by some sheath slippage I am starting to see already, and also how quickly the abrasions are starting to take their toll.

Chase Skidmore at on 07/31/2012

It is beautiful stuff. If you doubt it as your mainline and money is not a big drive, use it as a short rope or pull cord. After a few hikes, you might want to ride 8mm all the time.

pinp57237 at on 09/27/2012