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Mar 24, 2013

My girlfriend and I are looking to move to SLC on May 1. Prior to buying a house, we would like to get a month to month lease for a 1bd near the university since I'd be working north of the city. Does anyone know of anyplace that would rent? We would be looking for 3-4 months

We would love to have some people show us around BCC and LCC also. We are 35 and 30, love climbing moderates and are safety focused. I lead up to 5.9ish and will hop on well protected 5.10, but just had knee surgery so I'm going to be getting back in shape when we get out there.

Thanks for any suggestions in advance.

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Mar 24, 2013
Welcome to Salt Lake City. If you have to be in a city, "this is the place." If you want to be in the city, rent in Sugarhouse or the Avenues. If you are down for a motor commute, live near the canyons in Millcreek, Cottonwood Heights, or Sandy. Stay away from anything our west if you want to be near the mountains. I live in Sugarhouse and enjoy the variety of restaurants and that I am 22 miles from Solitude Moutain Resort and just a bit further to LCC. Either way, be prepared to not leave anything in your car while climbing because we have dirty low down thieves that will smash your window and steal whatever is not glued down. Other than that, SLC is a pretty damn great central location to mounds of adventure.


Stevie Nacho
From Utah
Joined Feb 21, 2008
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Mar 25, 2013
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If you're looking for housing check craigslist but also check KSL. It has a very popular classifieds section. Garret Nuzzo-Jones
From Salt Lake City, UT
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