From October 14 to 19, the 2014 Petzl RocTrip embalmed itself in mythology. By closing out the tour in the ancient region of Olympos, Turkey, it went all out for the grand finale. From deep-water soloing to the chimera's flame, by way of archeological marvels and nights at 150 bpm, RocTrippers played in perfect harmony with the earth, air, water, and fire!
Shot during the Petzl roctrip in this september/october 2014, all hand filming, absolute ZERO budget (except the camera!). It' s a "non speaking movie" and a continuous pictures/sound flow story giving a piece of ambiance and letting you imagine all the surrounding, the spectator becoming in a way an actor, travelling by mind.
What a fascinating stopover in Meteora... While traveling through Greece, the 2014 Petzl RocTrip altered the spacetime continuum. From October 1 to 6, surrounded by six-hundred year old hermit dwellings, RocTrippers enjoyed out-of-this-world climbing.
The 2014 Petzl RocTrip caravan stopped over in Prilep, Macedonia. Between dark clouds and sunny skies, RocTrippers were granted a rare and privileged experience, being some of the first to sample one of the most beautiful bouldering areas in all of Europe.
"Roctripers" gather around the main square of the historic thermal town of Baile Herculane in south Romania, for the opening of this years Petzl Roctrip. The first leg of a six week adventure across Eastern Europe has now begun, and here is movie of the first episode in Romania.
Shot and edited in one single day... Featuring Chris Sharma, Dani Andrada and Jérémie Tonneau who try a crazy 8c+ with a huge dyno. Also featuring Mayan Smith-Gobat, Philipe Ribière, Klemen Becan and many others.
Located in the heart of the Patagonian pampas, in Argentina's Chubut province, Piedra Parada's monolith rises up from the surrounding desert. Lying just to the north, the majestic La Buitrera Canyon was home to the Petzl RocTrip in November 2012. For more than a week, climbers from all over the world came together to share a common passion: climbing. Thanks to the hard work of a team of Argentinean and international route developers, La Buitrera Canyon, 5 km long with towering cliffs up to 200m high, is now one of Argentina's major climbing spots. For the tenth edition of the Petzl RocTrip, more than 1500 people climbed in the wind, dust, heat, and cold, for an unforgettable Patagonian experience!
550 Kletterinnen und Kletterer aus fünf Kontinenten und 35 Nationen, 50 ehrenamtliche Helfer: Das Petzl-Team und die gesamte Organisation sind in dieses traumhafte Tal am Ende der Welt gereist, um an einem internationalen Kletterevent teilzunehmen und ein bisher völlig unbekanntes fantastisches Klettergebiet zu entdecken!