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Traverse V6 7A
Unknown V4- 6B
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Shared By: Bob Robinson on Jan 4, 2010
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Sit down start on near the south end of the east face. Climb to a couple of flat ledges, move your feet up and dyno to the lip. (Moving to higher ledges and throwing for the lip with just one hand is a V2.)

Location

Look for the obvious, chalked-up slopey side-pull under the overhang.

Protection

Pad and a spotter.

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Alex Hesler
  V4-5
Alex Hesler  
  V4-5
I sent this starting with low feet and matching on the big flat shelf, then double-dynoing straight to the top jug with the obnoxious ass tick mark. Took a few tries to do it without dabbing. Double-clutch (both hands) straight to the lip from the big matching block. Honestly it's worth a send if you are still compelled to climb contrived moves. Just be ready to bash your feet up dabbing if you miss or don't bend your knees. Mar 16, 2014
Bob Robinson
Lone Tree, Colorado
 
Bob Robinson   Lone Tree, Colorado
 
I agree. I'm actually going for the V2 move with my right hand in this pic, not the double-handed dyno. I've never actually been able to get the full dyno, but I've been told it's in the V6 range by a couple of people there.

I'll try to post a pick from the lower holds.

Good call. Jan 6, 2010
Patrick Manitou
Atlanta, GAAAAA
  V3
Patrick Manitou   Atlanta, GAAAAA
  V3
If this is the dyno from the holds you're on in the photo, I'd rate this at more like V2 or 3, just doesn't feel that hard. Compare to the Alive Dyno at Ute Valley, which is given V6, and is probably three times as long as this dyno. Either way, fun problem and I'm glad you're adding some routes to the Snake Pits. Jan 5, 2010