Aussies on the RocTrip


Tuesday, 15 November

Pretty cool to see some Oz representin' at the Petzl RocTrip in Getu, China. You can read all about Matt Norgrove's adventures on his blog and Logan Barber also has done a blog write-up. Apart from posing with climbing's A-listers, Norry climbed 7 routes in the 27-31 bracket. Meanwhile, Logan reports "A thin layer of dust on the holds and loose rock were common and I couldn't help but think that although the setting was beyond amazing the quality of the routes wasn't quite as good as those found in Yangshuo. Despite this I did do some amazing routes in the grade 27-29 range almost all of which were a grade or two overgraded" Pic: Ethan Pringle, Andrew Bisharat, John Caldwell, Sasha Diguilian, Emily Harrington, Marcos, Norry, Joe Kinder.

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