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Autoroute captures the full-throttle climbing odyssey of Americans Dave Graham, Luke Parady and Joe Kinder as they test themselves on the most difficult boulders and cliffs in Switzerland and France. Witness Graham make the second ascent of Passion (14d), third ascent of Speed (14d), first ascent of la Foon (14d) and first ascent of Bah Bah Black Sheep (14c/d). Additionally, Autoroute profiles Swiss native Stephan Siegrist, climbing his amazing 26 pitch sport route, La Vida el Silbar on the Eiger's 6,000' North Face, Alex Huber on his unrepeated creation Black Power in Austria, and Lisa Rands sending in Tralenta, France. Join these gifted and driven athletes as they travel along Europe's autoroute, in search of their next test-piece. Running time is approximately 60 minutes.

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: ocean, 2006-09-14

If the sound track and the ADD ness of Dave is not enough to make it an instant classic then the amazing mixed climbing will push it that extra mile.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: blgsrcks, 2006-06-20

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Review 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: wallie, 2005-12-16

great video of mixed-climbing, sports, and bouldering around some of the best European routes I've seen. The soundtracks are great too; downtempo and trip-hop instead of the usual pounding trance or DnB.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: grimpiperx, 2005-11-10

This is the best climbing film I have ever watched (Dosage 3 isnt out yet). I felt the connection between the places because it was a roadtrip and the people remained constant. The music is great and over all it is very inspiring piece. Some of the routes on here are really some of the sickest in the world and it is interesting to see Graham make a 5.14d look like a 5.12 and hike it on his third try and then to see him quivering like crazy on a 5.14c and have his feet peel. I agree that the Ice segement wasn't much but I really wouldn't care if it wasnt in the video at all. In fact I would have liked to trade the ice in for the unfortunetly short Segment on Magic Wood.

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: taraus_de_bull, 2005-03-08

Super good footage. Super hard lines that look amazing with strong guys that are cool to watch. The selection of pro's is awesome in this Vid.

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