PHOTOS - Petzl RocTrip China photo galleryTue, 10/04/2012 - 17:21 — Petzl America -...
Our team of photographers on duty at the 2011 Petzl RocTrip in Gétù Valley, China brought back many great shots. A few months have passed since the event, it's now time to share a new exclusive photo gallery of climbing and lifestyle photos.
Petzl Roctrip China - the photo gallery
Back from the Venezuelian jungleThu, 05/04/2012 - 12:14 — Petzl America -...
Sean Villanueva, Stephane Hanssens, Jean-Louis Wertz and Nicolas Favresse just came back to civilization after 38 days in the jungle. We had a really good adventure, very different from all the other expeditions we have done in the past. The weather, the rock, the jungle, the indigenes, the animals and this incredible wall of the Tuyuren waterfall made up for some very exciting moments. We managed to put up two new free routes on the Tuyuren waterfall wall, one on the left side "Maria Rosa" and one on the right "Apichavai".
VIDEO – Daniel Dulac establishing the route La Voie du Milieu during Petzl RocTrip China 2011Fri, 30/03/2012 - 14:02 — Petzl America -...
During the Petzl RocTrip China 2011, a handful of climbers from both the East and the West cleaned and bolted more than 250 routes (both multi and single pitch), but no one put up a route quite like la Voie du Milieu... Daniel Dulac, Team Petzl member, talks about bolting this amazing route in Getu, the only existing line at the moment up the Lower Arch:
Petzl Roctrip China : Huge thanks to the route settersSun, 18/03/2012 - 17:28 — Petzl America -...
Since its creation 10 years ago, the Petzl RocTrip concept has always been driven by a desire to create a real benefit for climbers, even after the event has ended.
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 :
VIDEO - Petzl RocTrip China, the trailerFri, 04/11/2011 - 12:33 — Petzl America -...
Here is the first video from the 2011 Petzl RocTrip China, which took place in Getu, China at the end of October. This short 3 minute film is a sample of the climbing that took place during the event. We'll release a longer version (around 20 minutes) in Spring 2012.
Petzl RocTrip: Out of the Rain and into the Great ArchTue, 01/11/2011 - 16:55 — Petzl America -...
As the official beginning of Petz RocTrip neared, the great arch remained on Tuesday, October 24, the venue of choice for most of the Petzl Team athletes. A cluster of routes ranging from 8b (5.13d) to 9a (5.14d) on the left-hand side of the arch drew the most attention. Here, Sasha DiGiulian, Nina Caprez, Jon Cardwell, Dave Graham, Chris Sharma, Emily Harrington, Enzo Oddo, and others took turns working out the technical moves on slopey, rice bowl-shaped holds.
F.A de La taupe boxeuse 8c+Wed, 05/10/2011 - 13:58 — Michaël Fuselier
Hier, après de nombreux essais à tomber dans la première partie d'un
projet appelé "la taupe boxeuse" à St Ange (au dessus de Grenoble), je
clippais enfin la chaîne.
Cette voie cotée 8c+ et équipée par Quentin Chastagnier, se décompose en 3 parties: Une première partie très bloc avec des mouvements explosifs sur prises plates, puis une bonne résistance sur petites prises et décontractions foireuses et enfin une dernière section bloc avec des mouvements aléatoires.
Petzl RocTrip China 2011 : Culture and lifestyle in Getu - last minute informationFri, 30/09/2011 - 16:45 — Petzl News
The Guizhou province is one of the last areas that has been opened to western tourism in the late eighties. It is also called the province of minorities due to the presence of numerous tribes of different origin that settled here in the past. The area around Anshun is mainly populated by Miao, Yao and Buyi ethnic groups.
Video: Arnaud Petit sends "Black Bean" (8b/65m) on trad gearFri, 09/09/2011 - 15:34 — Petzl America -...
Arnaud Petit returns with the performance of the summer: a trad ascent at Céüse! His send of Black Bean (8b / 65m) was filmed by Bertrand Delapierre and photographed by Thomas Vialletet.