RocTrip

Zillertal RocTrip lotery: the winners

Petzl and Adidas Eyewear offered several products for the RocTrip in Zillertal. Some of the RocTrip participants names has been drawed to determine the winners of the those prizes.

Here are the lucky ones ! If you find your name in the list, it means you will receive your gift in the next days (using the postal adress you gave when you registered to the event).

Thanks to everyone for their participation.

Fredrischafen en fête et Petzl roc trip à Zillertal

Le salon de Fredrischafen est l'événement incontournable de toutes les
boîtes de l'outdoor. également l'occasion pour les athlètes de rendre
une petite visite à leurs partenaires.
Bien évidement après une
journée aussi exténuante, il fallait bien décompresser un peu. Fouch et
Saïd, aux couleurs du roc trip de Zillertal, ont donc assuré un show
comme ils en ont le secret.

Fredrischafen en fête et Petzl roc trip à Zillertal

Le salon de Fredrischafen est l'événement incontournable de toutes les
boîtes de l'outdoor. également l'occasion pour les athlètes de rendre
une petite visite à leurs partenaires.
Bien évidement après une
journée aussi exténuante, il fallait bien décompresser un peu. Fouch et
Saïd, aux couleurs du roc trip de Zillertal, ont donc assuré un show
comme ils en ont le secret.

Zillertal Festival

Bonjour à tous,

Zillertal Festival

Bonjour à tous,

Rien que pour le plaisir

Bonjour à tous

Me voila nouveau dans le blog du team Petzl !!

Dans ce post : deux ptites videos rien que pour le plaisir...

Une a Redriver Gorge dans Thanatopsis.

Une autre a Millau en 2004...

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To conclude Hampi trip

Hampi is really the sanctuary of rock climbing. You can see boulders on 360°, this is an amazing landscape.

Everybody is friendly and curious, it's funny when they ask why we wear those mats for going climbing. Poverty is omnipresent, and we can always see any bare children on the dirty ground.

To conclude Hampi trip

Hampi is really the sanctuary of rock climbing. You can see boulders on 360°, this is an amazing landscape.

Everybody is friendly and curious, it's funny when they ask why we wear those mats for going climbing. Poverty is omnipresent, and we can always see any bare children on the dirty ground.

Rudeboy Rock

After 2 days of resting my leg and hoping for it to heal a little bit it was time to climb. But not only that, it was also the main day of the event -first the "flash rally" and then the big party!

I managed to walk up to the "Motherload" and found it packed with people. I teamede up with Steve and started warming up. The leg felt ok in all moves but highstepping and heelhooking. Ok, that'll do...

                     the "warmupwall" at the Motherload during the flash rally

From Boulder to the Red

So, I'm in the middle of a flashback right now-first climbing in Boulder, Colorado and then the Red in Kentucky, just the same as last fall.

As allways in Boulder I stayed with my friend Christian "Verve" Griffith and climbed with both new and old friends. Some people I would now later join up with here in the Red -Tony and Isa, Lynn, Abbey, Jason, Melissa, Dave...

Veterans Christina Griffith and Lynn Hill knows teamwork is the way forward, mt Evans.