VIDEO - Petzl RocTrip Mexico 2010Fri, 22/07/2011 - 13:06 — Petzl News
Never before has a Petzl RocTrip mixed together so much climbing and local culture in one simmering pot. We spiced it up with a few special ingredients: passion, fun, and shared experiences. The Petzl RocTrip 2010 in Mexico welcomed people from all corners of the world to the unique climbing destinations of El Chonta et Las Peñas de Jilotepec, with a stop at the Aztec pyramids of Teotihuacán.
Petzl athlete Enzo Oddo sends "Aubade" - 5.15aMon, 30/05/2011 - 12:42 — Petzl News
The young prodigy sits in front of the screen, watching the final version of the video, carefully following his every move.
Enzo Oddo : It’s cool to see these images again, especially since there a lot of them are from the redpoint !
Progression - A new film by BigUPproductionsMon, 05/10/2009 - 09:52 — Petzl News
Behind every breakthrough in the progression of climbing, there's a true story of doubt and determination, perseverance in the face of failure.
From boulders, to big walls, to competition podiums, the climbers at the top of the game share a commitment to do whatever it takes to achieve their vision. Featuring Chris Sharma, Tommy Caldwell, Daniel Woods, Adam Ondra, Kevin Jorgeson, Patxi Usobiaga, Johanna Ernst, Alex Honnold, Paul Robinson, Matt Segal, and more, in a film by Josh Lowell, Cooper Roberts, and Brett Lowell.
HubbleWed, 19/08/2009 - 10:54 — Steve McClure
Only 8c+ but still the big one
Hubble was first climbed by Ben Moon at the cliff of Raventor in the Peak. The world’s first F8c+, one small set of moves for man, but one giant leap for mankind. The route is pure power, it’s a boulder problem. It would be a font 8B boulder problem if it had a flat grassy landing. Seven hand moves, nine if you’re short.