Gabriele Moroni sends Coup de Bambou - 9a - just after the Petzl RocTrip !Fri, 04/11/2011 - 15:16 — Petzl Blog
Gabriele Moroni our italian team athlete, has finally redpointed the route named "Coup de Bambou" (9a), one of the hardest picthes in the Great Arch! Here are some words from his personnal blog :
Long Routes - Petzl Team extend themselvesFri, 17/07/2009 - 12:48 — Steve McClure
The Petzl Roc trips get better and better, bigger and bigger. This year was no exception, with single pitch routes 100m long, I don't think they get any longer. I was invited again, obviously as the token Brit, there for dry humour and poor dress sense and perhaps because I've won a few trips, even up against the likes of Sharma and Andrada. Fortunately they hadn't spotted it was clearly either a fluke or involved some serious cunning. On performance alone I think I'd be lucky to scrape in!
Infinity Lanes - the picturesThu, 02/07/2009 - 13:33 — Petzl Blog
Check out Sam Bié's photos of the Petzl Roctrip in Millau (Gorges de la Jonte).
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Fredrischafen en fête et Petzl roc trip à ZillertalTue, 29/07/2008 - 14:43 — Michaël Fuselier
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.
To conclude Hampi tripSat, 08/03/2008 - 12:10 — Michaël Fuselier
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.