Indian Creek is THE world destination for crack climbing. Rock climbing is a progression in most every way. Learning to crack climb is no different. Whether you’re looking to try your first featureless hand crack or work with an instructor who can take you to the next level, let us put the rope up for you and help you in your craft!
While spring and fall are the prime season, it is possible to climb here year round.
1 person: $350
2 people: $231 per person
3 people: $175 per person
4 people: $147 per person
Indian Creek is located next to Canyonlands National Park about a 1 hour drive south of Moab. Due to the distances involved in getting there for most people we recommend a minimum of 3 days here. It is not uncommon to make a day trip outside of Indian creek to climb on the face climbs of the crags around Moab to rest your hands (especially if you’re new to splitter cracks).
If you’ve never climbed before or would consider yourself a beginner let us suggest a better venue to get started. Indian Creek is amazing, but the technique required to climb here is very specific and few climbs exist below 5.10. That said, if you are looking to take your climbing to the next level Indian Creek is the place to hone one very specific skill that will serve you well.
We offer a 3-day crack climbing clinic in Indian Creek. This clinic allows you to learn in a group setting and enjoy the social benefits of climbing. We’ll work on all sizes of cracks during the clinic and meet each participant at their level. One of many great aspects of Indian Creek is the variety of climbing that can usually be found within any section of a wall!
This is a private program, no one else will be paired with your party. If your group is larger than 4 for toproping, we apply a group discount and additional guides are added to keep the guest to guide ratio at 4:1 or lower.
This trip meets in Moab Utah. Details will be coordinated with you guide.
All the technical climbing equipment required for this outing is included.
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Indian Creek represents a right of passage in rock climbing. Miles from so much as a gas station, there’s an endless assortment of sizes, shapes, and angles of featureless cracks. You might say it’s the center of the crack climbing universe and the first stop for many on their lifelong journey of mastering crack climbing.
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