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French Climbers in Liming, China

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This is the second video showcasing the climbing in Liming, China in the past month—must be something special there…

The legendary French climber Arnaud Petit led an expedition there from October 17 to November 6, 2017 to see what the area had to offer.

The video features many of Liming’s classic lines, from Soul’s Awakening (5.10+) to Clamdigger (5.11b) to Ding Dong’s Crack (5.12a/b).

And be sure to check out 7:45 for what has to be one of the coolest looking dynos on a sandstone splitter—on any kind of rock for that matter—around.


Also watch VIDEO: Trailer – Trad Climbing in Liming, China