Rhino Dyno follows the vertical crack to the horizontal below the obvious rhino's head, a static or dynamic move will get the climber to the horn. And the fun begins as you pull your way over the hang. Not to worry if your about to peel, you'll most likely have a full audience, no pressure.
A trip to Rose is incomplete without a run up Rhino Dyno, AKA The Lunge.
RD is located on the small cliff just right of the access gully for the top of the main cliff.
TR off trees and gear.
Dominic a long time ago getting up to the Dyno.
Pulling the crux roof.
|By Greg DeMatteo|
From: W. Lebanon, NH
May 17, 2007
rating: 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
This was THE testpiece back in high school. We always called it "The Lunge." Never heard of it as "Rhino Dyno"....must be a newer name for it. Glad to see that people are still there keeping it alive. I hope those poor little trees on top aren't being used any more. It's probably worth advocating for some TR bolts on some of these routes.
|By John Gassel|
From: Boston, MA
Sep 21, 2011
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
There are now some bolts for top rope anchors. They sit back pretty far from the edge so plan on using a static line or some long webbing.