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Penny Lunge 

Hueco: V0+ Font: 4+

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V0+ Font: 4+ [details]
FA: David E. Bohn
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Submitted By: Jesse Ryan on Jun 12, 2001

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Find the Penny Boulder downhill and a bit North of the Mental Block. On the west side of the south face is a rail just aboe head height. Grab it and lunge to the top. Yummy. Variations include double dyno, static lockoff via fingerlock in rail, and lunging from lower down on the SW arete to the top. Drool.


Flat landing, pad is nice.

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Andrew Gram on the Penny Lunge V0+ at Horsetooth Reservoir.
Andrew Gram on the Penny Lunge V0+ at Horsetooth R...
Dylan tops out the Penny Pincher boulder at dusk - the best time to climb Rotary in the summer.
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Topping out on Penny Lunge V0+, Rotary Park, Horsetooth Reservoir, CO.
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By Sean Bradley
Oct 29, 2001

Try this problem one handed, its exciting! The trick is to get your left foot really high, almost up by your left hand in a heel- toe cam, then go with your right hand to the top.

By Andy Mauk
Jan 30, 2002

Penny Lunge is one of my favorite problems about at Rotary. It's just easy, but it looks good to someone who sucks at climbing or is just watching.

By coleman morris-goodrick
Jan 25, 2006

The Penny Lunge is super sweet, try using the sw lower hold to match and lunge!!

By mattnorville
Aug 11, 2009
rating: V1- 5-

Good way to practice a cool dynamic move, I don't know if I would call it a dyno though.

By Jed Smith
From: Fort Collins, CO
Jan 29, 2011
rating: V0-1 4+

If you are getting bored with this dyno, try an alternate start; with your left hand on the big jug about a foot down from the crack on the left side and your right on a crimpy sidepull about a foot and a half down from the crack. Brings some new excitement.