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VIDEO: Petzl RocTrip China 2011: The official movie

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 UKC News 21 May 2012
Petzl RocTrip China, 4 kbLast autumn, from October 26-30, more than 600 climbers gathered for the Petzl RocTrip China in the Getu River Valley, Guizhou province in Southwest China.

This is the film of the event.

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=67133

 GDes 21 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: I had to fast forward through all the car/city scenes at the start, but the rest is great. The Dani Andrada route looks utterly mind blowing.
In reply to GDes: I thought that was one of the strongest parts of the video. It's nice to see a bit of the country and culture too. Climbing is incredible.
 mloskot 21 May 2012
In reply to NJBrown: Nah, folks simply want to jump straight into climbing porn, unfortunately.
 3 Names 21 May 2012
In reply to UKC News:

What a great video, brilliant editing.
In reply to UKC News: Fantastic video! Enjoyed every minute. Brilliantly put together.
 Homebrew165 21 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: Amazing video! production is so smooth and subtle, I love how loads of the speech is used in the music....and that archway!
In reply to GDes:

I thought it was all fantastic, incuding the non climbing bits.
 Alan Dixon 21 May 2012
In reply to UKC News:
Excellent vid!
 DJayB 21 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: I am very much a fan of the editing at the beginning. Still trying to work out out they would do such a thing....
 RossKirtley 21 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: Fantastically slick. Great work guys!
 Lukeva 21 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: Simply spectacular and that national park looks utterly mind blowing. Fantastic vid, best on UKC, and free. I want to go there, and climb
 Null 22 May 2012
In reply to Lukeva:

Outstanding vid and place - the new "Yosemite/Verdon" ?
In reply to UKC News: At first I thought it was a little self-indulgent. But I loved the editing of the interview sync in time to the music.. Cool edit and stunning location/climbing..

In reply to UKC News: An absolutely stunning bit of filming/editing/sound design. I really enjoyed it. So creative! And nice looking climbing too
 DrGav 22 May 2012
In reply to UKC News:

Amazing effort by Petzl. Looks superbly put together, both film and trip!
 Taba 22 May 2012
In reply to bonzka:
> (In reply to UKC News) At first I thought it was a little self-indulgent.

My thoughts exactly to begin with, but they got the blend of climbing and non climbing action right, and stuck with the theme of setting it all to the beat of the surprising good and very original soundtrack. First class.
 Neil Morbey 23 May 2012
In reply to UKC News:

What a superb video - inspiring.
 bustermartin 23 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: wow! so good
In reply to UKC News: Man - I was left totally cold. Too many people telling us how much they love climbing. Lets face it - you wouldn't be watching it if you didn't have a passing interest. And yeah stunning spot and stunning looking routes, but somehow the film didn't do it for me...
 andybenham 24 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: Loved it! Excellent cinematography and a film that stands up for itself whether you are a climber or not.

One of the more original climbing films I have seen recently
 David Peters 24 May 2012
In reply to UKC News: Hate to be one of those me too'ers but..... me too ! One of the best climbing vids I have seen in a long time, love the soundtrack.
 Fraser 27 May 2012
In reply to jacobjlloyd:
> (In reply to UKC News) Fantastic video! Enjoyed every minute. Brilliantly put together.

Spot on! This is the best climbing video I've watched in yonks - somehow it was both 'in your face' and subtle. Beautifully shot & edited and the rhythm of the whole thing was perfect. I particularly loved how the interviewee's bits to camera were integrated into the trad~contemporary music. Excellent stuff - more please.
 DreadyCraig 02 Jun 2012
In reply to UKC News:
WOW! just got round to watching this. fantastic! If anyone hasn't watched this yet, do it.

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