If your goal is to crack-climbing, a stop at Indian Creek is a must. Follow your guide on a tour of the world-class parallel cracks of Indian Creek. Splitter after splitter crack climbs line the massive walls to the entrance of the infamous Needles District. Join us for a full day of climbing in what is the mecca of Southwestern crack climbing. Stay the day, or sleep under the stars with an overnight stay.
Jackson Hole Mountain Guides – The only AMGA accredited guide service in Moab!
Hiring a guide, even for experienced climbers, makes good sense. Our guides get you on the route faster with fewer hassles, allowing you to do more climbing. And because we’ll help you choose a climb suited to your level of experience and training, we can prevent you from getting in “over your head.” We provide all technical rock climbing equipment. You bring climbing shoes, food, camping equipment, shelter and transportation to and from the trailhead.
Follow your guide to Indian Creek, approximately 100 miles round trip from downtown Moab. Once there, you will be transported back in time to the old West, surrounded by petroglyphs and the iconic Six shooters. The choices are endless with miles of cliff bands filled with crack climbing routes all within close proximity to one another, making the walking time minimal for the amount of climbing that can be achieved in a day.
While there your day will be spent learning the nuances of climbing parallel cracks. At first difficult and painful but once mastered crack climbing is one o the most stable climbing techniques to have in your climbing arsenal.
Indian Creek Crack Climbs: Price: $375 private; $250pp for 2 people /group; $200pp for 3 people
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Meeting times are determined by the season. Please contact 435-260-0990 for departure times. Unless prior arrangements have been made you will meet your guide at the RED ROCK BAKERY, 74 South Main Street across the street from the McStiff’s Plaza.
- Approach Shoe – Guide Pick: Salewa Firetail 3
- Technical Rock Shoe: comfortable fit. -an aggressive fitting climbing, sport climbing shoe is not recommended.
- Synthetic Short- Guide Pick: Mountain Hardwear Chockstone Hike Short
- Pant for Climbing Guide Pick: Mountain Hardwear Super Chockstone Pant
- Long Sleeve and/or Short Sleeve Wicking T-shirt- Guide Pick: Mountain Hardwear Metonic
- Long Sleeve Cotton T-shirt
- Lightweight Wind Shell – Guide Pick: Mountain Hardwear Super Chockstone Jacket
- 35- 40 Liter Back Pack—Guide Pick: Mountain Hardwear Hueco 35
- 15-20 Liter Pack for Tower Pursuits climbs Guide Pick: Mountain Hardwear Scrambler Roll To 20 OutDry
- 2 to 3 Liters of Water
- For Approach Pack: hydration pack 2 liters
- Lip Balm
- Roll of 2 inch Cotton Athletic Tape
CLIMBING EQUIPMENT The Mountain Guides does provide technical climbing equipment (Helmet, Harness and personal protection equipment) If you have your own, your are more than welcome to bring use it.
- 3 Locking Carabineers
- Belay/Rappel Device
- Personal Attachment System
Have gear questions? We’re here to help! Contact us at the Moab Office at 435.260.0990 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Located in southeast Utah, Moab is approximately 236 miles from Salt Lake City, 355 miles from Denver, 115 miles from Grand Junction and 458 miles from Las Vegas. Most trips and classes leave from the RED ROCK BAKERY, 74 South Main Street across the street from the McStiff’s Plaza. Meeting times are determined by the season. Please contact 435-260-0990 for departure times. Many of our climbing sites are fairly close to town, while Indian Creek, Castle Valley and Fisher Towers take about an hour to get to. Once there however, there are miles of routes with close proximity to one another, making the walking time minimal when compared to the amount of climbing that can be achieved in a day. Climbing around Moab is usually about a 10 to 20 minute drive from downtown. The approaches are very close to the car and routes are located close together.VIEW PDF
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