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Double Dyno 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

Type:  Boulder, 9'
Consensus:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
FA: Dan???
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Submitted By: Bad Sock Puppet on Jun 29, 2009

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a.k.a. Dan's Problem

A great problem that will leave you wanting more, or screaming because you left your skin on top. Start low matching on obvious horn, move left up to next obvious jug. Commit and make the long throw up to the huge sloping shelf. Harder if you throw both hands.


Go up the hill 30ft in between Jack's boulder and Brake Boulder to the Dyno Boulder. Right in the middle, you can't miss it.


Pads on perfect landing

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By misha zavalov
From: Boulder, Co.
Aug 18, 2009

Theres nothing DOUBLE about this problem at all. One nice sized move to the lip. Good prob.
By Shaft
From: Salt Lake City
Aug 20, 2009

Why does the concept of a double dyno elude so many? Double refers to the number of hands used.
By Boissal
From: Small Lake, UT
Aug 20, 2009

Pffffft. Obviously you're too weak to lock off and get that move static Shaft. Don't you get it? Dynos are for people who can't pull. This is bouldering anyway, not trying to have fun!!
By lewisslc
From: Salt Lake City, Ut
Sep 19, 2011
rating: V1-2 5

Route seems to be v1 with dynamic one hand move, possibly v2 if pulled as an all points either way.
By MaxQ
From: plain sight
Sep 15, 2014

lol..cuz nobody's as studied as you
By Thaddeus VanDenBerghe
From: Salt Lake Sizzle, Utah
Sep 19, 2014

Avoid shirking to the left after sticking the big reach. Stay confident and finish this classic directly for maximum satisfaction!

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