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The Alive Dyno 

Hueco: V6 Font: 7A

Type:  Boulder
Original:  Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]
FA: Jeff Russell
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Submitted By: willo schubarth on Jun 13, 2008

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Start on hand holds at about chest height. Paste your feet on and huck to the large hueco hold about 7 feet up. Plenty of holds to top out with after that.


This is directly to the right of the second crack on the main wall when walking uphill. It starts to the left of the rail.


A pad or two.

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By Patrick Manitou
From: Atlanta, GAAAAA
Oct 9, 2008

This thing is huge. I'd love to see someone get it, because I don't think it's possible... but maybe that's why I can't get it.

Anyway, is it any feet? The "paste your feet on" description makes it sound like the feet are small, but there are huge feet for this thing if you start it the way it looks in the guidebook, as in straight below the hueco.
By willo schubarth
From: Colorado Springs, CO
Oct 9, 2008

Yes, the feet are actually pretty good, it's the length of the jump that make it pretty hard. Landing seems sketchy, but two pads and I feel safe enough to throw at it.
By Patrick Manitou
From: Atlanta, GAAAAA
Oct 9, 2008

Okay, finally got it, so nix my first comment. A few things... need a good spot and a few pads. Normally I'm not too concerned with that stuff, but I took a couple bad falls off this. Also, topping out is pretty sketch, so be careful.

Such an awesome move!

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