Re-Gram: 9 Dyno Photos

By Climbing Staff ,

Sometimes the holds are so far apart that even if you’re a hydraulic-armed lockoff machine, you have to suck it up and  jump. Here, nine airborne readers share photos of their favorite hops, leaps, and deadpoints from around the world.

Levi Parchen goes all-points-off for the finishing jug at Lolo Pass, Montana.
—Christopher Gibisch

I’m small, so learning dynos when I first started was a big thing for me. And to be honest, I’ve never looked back.
—Georgina Jackson

Snagged this photo of myself on Deliverance (7b+/V8) at Stanage Plantation, UK, with a 30-second timer.
—Michael Hanby

Brian Barry sticks the dyno on Icky Sticky (5.12a) at Forgotten Wall in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
—James Dunnet

Josh Finkelstein makes the crux dyno on The Evictor (5.12+) in Eldorado Canyon, Colorado.
—Rob Kepley (@robkepley_photography)

Me sticking the dyno on Shosholoza in Rocklands, South Africa, this August.
—Ryan Cosman

In South Wales, UK, searching the Preseli Hills for the next great classic. The search still continues, but this 7a gave us a great picture.
— Simon Rawlinson

Two-year-old Ben goes for the dyno at Moonstone Beach, California.
—Steven Hughes

Thanksgiving week brought enough pads and spotters to attempt the Fly Boy (V6) dyno in the Buttermilks, Bishop, California.
—Wayne B. Marci

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