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Monday, August 16, 2010

Climbing The Crack: Utah's Indian Creek

Active Junky has this report about rock climbing in the Indian Creek area near Moab. The report includes nice photos and a fun video. I’ve embedded the video below. Here are a couple excerpts from the report.

While Moab is an obvious hotbed of adventure sports and activities, from biking, hiking, rafting, four-wheeling and general climbing, it’s also one of the most famous crack-climbing spots on the planet. This is proven within only a few minutes of our arrival, when we immediately meet people from all over the States, Spain and Scandinavia, all eager to tackle the walls. You can see the additional draw to this place: there is an abundance of climbs, as well as two national parks (Arches and Canyonlands) and several State Parks, within the area.

Utah’s Indian Creek certainly has something special about it, a combination of the red rock, blue sky, pristine white clouds – it feels almost magical. Combine this scenery with a hard day of superior climbing and you’ll truly relish that cold beer at sunset.

Backcountry.com Indian Creek shoot on Vimeo.

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