The classic routes and mountains of North Wales will soon be the focus of the 2011 Marmot Rocks trip. Thirteen of Marmot's top European climbers will come together for four days of physical and mental punishment whilst attempting some of North Wales hardest sport and trad climbing routes. The Asgard project's very own Ian Burton will also be on hand to capture all the climbing action and behind the scenes footage ready for a new climbing film premièring this coming Autumn.
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Potential heroes include:
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The Marmot team will be staying at
Plas y Brenin
- the National Mountain centre.
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