I'm developing an alternate Earth where super spies exist. Men and women of extraordinary skill with extraordinary gadgets who act in extraordinary ways to protect the proverbial "King and country." They're so common that your average insurance policy has an "accidental victim of collateral damage due to international espionage" clause. And, like all good super spies, their stuff is just a little bit better.
Technology available to the spies is smaller and lighter than what would be available to a corporation or "publically" available to a government in the real world in 2021. By that I mean, for example, that while a parachute that your average goombah can buy would weigh 10kg, your aveage super spy's would weigh only 5kg with corresponding reductions in volume, size, etc.
Technology available to spies (TAS) would also be a bit more powerful. That average goombah's pistol might throw a 7g slug at 350 m/s, but the spy's would throw the same slug at 500 m/s and be half again as accurate.
Similar improvements will be found in all gadgets available to the spies.
Above all, it's absolutely amazing what the super spies happen to have on them at any given time. Their quartermaster is remarkably foresightful!
So, here's the question: Our daring super spy is running for his or her life... only to discover a ravine! Can't turn left or right... the dogs will rip the spy apart! The only option is to jump/swing/fly/swim/belly-flop over the ravine! In style! (of course...) What tool can our spy's quartermaster provide to help the spy escape certain death and win the day?
This is a tool-development/technology-development question. You're designing a tool.
You have the technological limitations listed above.
The solution must be light enough to be carried by an athletic person at a full run for at least ten minutes (it's amazing how much ground a super spy can cover in just ten minutes!). I'm not worried about gender. If you can cite an example of any person who, as an example, can justify the solution you're proposing, you're on! (And that person's alter-ego in this world is probably a super spy, anyway. I'm lookin' at you, Grace Jones!)
The ravine is 50 meters wide and deep enough that if your solution doesn't work, the dogs won't matter.
While a use-once solution is acceptable, a reusable solution will be favored for "best answer" selection.
The most outrageous solution will take the green checkmark! By "outrageous" I do not mean "rube-goldberg." We're not looking for overly complicated. We're looking for clever you-wouldn't-see-that-on-the-shelf-at-Walmart type stuff. Clarification: Your solution is a working piece of equipment that was checked out from the quartermaster. I'm looking for creativity and some quirkyness, but the winning solution won't be "the spy found A, B, C, and D along the route and happened to fashion a tightrope and balance bar out of it."
BUT! The solution, while likely entirely implausible, can't violate the laws of physics. The solution might be impractical, possibly even impossible to reasonably build using the real Earth's 2021 technology, but the concept can't violate physics (which means inventing something like a couple of pounds of "gravitonium" kept in a magnetic container that, when removed, will lighten his body weight by 95% and allow him to jump the ravine... well... that dog won't hunt).