Though this line follows the gradually widening 5" crack left of Super Suka, the name is a misnomer. There is really no "offwidthin'" to be had, awesome or otherwise. Most sane individuals will use some combination of stemming, liebacking and face climbing, with only a short section of easy (5.8?) chimneying just below the anchor. As such, this climb is a lot more enjoyable than it looks. The crux comes when the left wall of the dihedral steepens to overhanging, and the liebacking becomes more strenuous. There is a good amount of teetering choss in this corner, so have the belayer stand out of the way, and be aware.
By mountainmicah83 From: Colorado Springs Nov 22, 2010 rating: 5.10b6a+19VII-E2 5b
I was going for the face climb to the right when I realized that there were a couple of holds with big Xs over them. I then squeezed into the offwidth and continued to reach over and clip the bolts on the face.
By Dan G0D5H411 From: Colorado Springs, CO Jan 9, 2011 rating: 5.10-6a18VI+E1 5a R
Gear: 1-2 #5 Camalots, 2-3 #6 Camalots, BigBros, and a small selection of finger-sized pieces/nuts for small cracks you encounter once you reach the mid-mark and the chimney up high. The largest piece I took up was a #4 Camalot, and at no point could I use it.... Beware of loose blocks between 1/2 and 3/4 of the way up the climb. Surprisingly fun but a scary lead without REALLY big gear.