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Nov 4, 2013
I've done Low Cholesterol and Way Nutter. I'm looking for a couple more easier intros to wide climbing. I prefer the shorter ones because they are slightly less time and gear committing.

Any suggestions?
JeffL
From Salt Lake City
Joined Jun 14, 2012
19 points
Nov 4, 2013
Triassic
Desire on Way Rambo Wall

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SeanG81
Joined Apr 7, 2012
476 points
Nov 4, 2013
Ryan on the Sharks Fin wishing he was on Mt. White...
Get on "Big Guy," it's a really awesome OW climb. I climbed it last weekend and not being an offwidth climber had a lot of fun and learned some things. Take a .75 and #1 for the start, the meat of the climb is the #4 section, a #6 is unecessary and way over cammed at the top. Have fun! Ryan Kempf
From Boulder, CO
Joined Jul 26, 2011
348 points
Nov 5, 2013
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Big Guy is a good one - you will learn something! Budget for an epic hour+ lead, best not benighted on the send. I like having the 6 up top.

Frosted Flakes on the sunny side of Res Wall is amazing! It will teach you the off-fist size well.

Serrator crack is easy at its 5.11- with a low crux, but a good freaky runout offwidth/squeeze up top. A proud send!

Root canal at Broken Tooth.

My favorite climb at the creek with an off-width is Curiosity at Cat Wall. A perfect pitch of climbing!
Brandon Gottung
From Moab, UT
Joined Dec 23, 2010
748 points
Nov 16, 2013
Chillin' at City of Rocks
Curiosity is super fun!
Desire is pretty "easy"
Big Guy is awesome, but I wouldn't say easy
Princess Mia
From Vail
Joined May 22, 2006
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