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Routes in Double Dyno Boulder

Blue Chips V3-4 6A+
Blue Tips V6-7 7A+
Double Dyno V2 5+
Unnamed 1 V0- 4-
Unnamed 2 V0 4
Unnamed 3 V3+ 6A+
Unnamed 4 V3+ 6A+
Unnamed 5 V1-2 5
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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Greg Parker
Page Views: 129 total, 1/month
Shared By: Dan Dewell on Jun 30, 2002
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Andy Busse, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Problem is two to the right of Double Dyno starting on very small holds, move up and left to a set of thin edges, match, up and right to a small pocket, then to the lip. Check the top out before you do it, because it constantly needs cleaning. Watch for Poison Ivy at the landing!

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Dan Dewell  
 
Of course...but you have REALLY strong fingers, Greg! :) See you in four weeks!!

-thevealchop

Mar 31, 2004
Greg Parker
Cardiff, CA
 
Greg Parker   Cardiff, CA  
 
It's V6/7/8 depending on how weak you are :)

Just kidding. I think it's V7...no harder, no easier. Mar 30, 2004
Dan Dewell  
 
Feels V8--or really fingery V7. Great problem. Must do if you are in the area. Pounder McNasty makes this look like a warm-up and that rocks my pants in a good way.

-thevealchop Mar 29, 2004
Greg Parker
Cardiff, CA
 
Greg Parker   Cardiff, CA  
 
Hey. I got the FA of this little gem. I think it's actually easier if you bypass the little pocket and just throw to the big slopey one. This way it's probably more like V6/7. Nov 10, 2002