Located in southeast Utah in the United States, Indian Creek is a system of cliffs that stretch out for 26-miles. It’s favored among mountain climbers. And boasting thousands of routes on beautiful red rock, it’s easy to see why.
The crags here are not easy so you’ll need some experience rock climbing for a trip here to be worthwhile. You’ll also need a good level of fitness. You’ll find that most of the routes here are traditional with very little sport. There are famous climbs like Super Crack which is a 5.9 level climb. However there are thousands more less frequented awesome climbs.
Expect daily averages of around 26 degrees celsius in the shade in summer and 16 degrees celsius in the winters.
Fly to Salt Lake city then drive or transfer to Indian Creek. You can also drive directly from Moab.
The Autumn and Spring months.
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