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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: Pat Fleming
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Shared By: Andrew Gram on Aug 30, 2002 with updates
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Andy Busse, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Description

This beautiful overhanging prow has a large horizontal at half height. Start sitting down and dyno to the big horizontal. Establish yourself, and throw for the top. The second dyno is actually easier to do statically, and I find the first to be the crux.

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Andrew Gram
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Andrew Gram   Salt Lake City, UT  
 
I can buy that. V4 is what I dimly remember hearing back in 1994 - the last time I was on the problem. I am awful at problems like this, so I personally can't rate this fairly. All I can say is that it is harder for me than Southern Discomfort, and a tiny bit easier than Muscle Corner. Feel free to have Pete change the rating. May 5, 2003
In regards to V-rating for 'Double Dyno' in the Rock Maze. In my opinion this is no harder than V2--especially after it has been wired. V4 for someone who is four feet tall, possibly. May 4, 2003