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Crackerjack Dyno 

Hueco: V2 Font: 5+

   
Type:  Boulder, 20'
Original:  Hueco: V2 Font: 5+ [details]
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Submitted By: Graham O. on Jul 16, 2016  with updates from Tim McGivern

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Description 

Crouch start on the chalked up jug on the lower seam. Scrunch your feet up, and dyno to the juggy crack well above. Traverse the crack left to the topout. This is a really fun dyno problem that is a must-do when at the Temple Area.

Location 

Below the start of Hepatitus, there is a left-trending, juggy crack. As the crack moves diagonally up and left, there is a seam that goes dead left, connecting the juggy crack to a wider crack out left. Smack in the middle of the seam, there is a chalked up jug. This is the start.

Protection 

A pad, a spotter is not really necessary - it has an almost perfect landing.


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By Graham O.
Aug 8, 2016

I love this problem. It's soooooo fun! People of all heights should get on this, it's probably the best single move at Hammond Pond.
By Tim McGivern
From: Medford, ma
Apr 13, 2017

This is Beanie or Skin Pop. The description says to exit on the traverse, which I suppose is just a variation. The problem is basically the dyno (there is a static way too).

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