In episode one of Wide is the New Beauty, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll is getting to grips with some of the wide and off-width cracks in the little known Spanish climbing area of La Pedriza. The rock quality is incredible, and Sean soon finds himself fist-jamming his way up boulders, before tackling a Charles Cole classic 5.11d off-width, among other routes. It's not just crack climbing either, as Sean takes on a magnificent quality technical slab, not helped by the rain.
In Wide Is The New Beauty, Belgian rock climber Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll takes on some classic wide cracks in La Pedriza, Spain. It's not all cracks though, as Sean tackles some highly technical, pristine granite slabs.
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