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1-day Indian Creek crack climbing trip, UT

Come to the state of Utah and learn the basic crack climbing skills: one of our AMGA-certified instructors takes you to the unique Indian Creek!

Mountain RangeRockies
Duration1 day
Offer periodApr, May, Jun, Oct, Nov, Dec
Skill LevelAdvanced
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripNot specified


Indian Creek, located 100 miles from downtown Moab, is the mecca of Southwestern Utah rock climbing. In this day outing we are taking you there for an unforgettable adventure under expert guidance. Join us!

With an elevation of 5,765 feet (1,757 m), Indian Creek is a popular climbing area situated at north of  Bears Ears National Monument. It is probably the best spot in Utah to get the basic skills of crack climbing.

This fabulous sandstone tower standing in the middle of the desert offers many cliff bands with crack climbing routes . In this day trip we will you choose the ones suited to your traditional climbing level. You need to be at least an intermediate traditional rock climber. There are not real hard routes here (5.13a/b  at most), but crack climbing requires some particular abilities.

So, if you are ready for an unforgiving rock climbing day in Southwestern Utah, please contact us. We will glad to guide you through the famous parallel cracks of Indian Creek!

And if you are looking for a multiday rock climbing adventure in Utah, check out our 4-day trip in the Wasatch Mountains.


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Minimum 2 participants!


About the guide

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One of our certified guides will take you skiing and climbing to some of the best spots in California, Colorado, Maine, Alaska, Oregon, Arizona, Washington, Montana, Nevada, Texas, Utah and Vermont.

Prices per person

Group of 1

USD 750 each

Group of 2

USD 375 each

Group of 3

USD 295 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

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