Indian Creek (climbing area)

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Indian Creek
Creeks Giving - Climbing in Indian Creek, Utah - 2.jpg
Climbers in Indian Creek, Utah
Map showing the location of Indian Creek
Map showing the location of Indian Creek
Nearest city Moab, Utah
Coordinates 38°01′32.88″N 109°32′24.00″W / 38.0258000°N 109.5400000°W / 38.0258000; -109.5400000Coordinates: 38°01′32.88″N 109°32′24.00″W / 38.0258000°N 109.5400000°W / 38.0258000; -109.5400000
Climbing type traditional crack climbing crag
Rock type sandstone
Elevation 5,765 feet (1,757 m)[1]
Ownership Bureau of Land Management
Camping free

Indian Creek is a prominent climbing area in the northern part of the Bears Ears National Monument in the canyonlands area of San Juan County, Utah, United States (northwest of Monticello and south of Moab)[2][3] that is renowned for its sandstone crack climbing. It has an elevation of 5,765 feet (1,757 m).[1]

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  1. ^ a b "Indian Creek". summitpost.org. SummitPost.org. Retrieved 25 Jan 2017.
  2. ^ "Indian Creek". blm.gov. Bureau of Land Management. Archived from the original on 9 Nov 2016. Retrieved 25 Jan 2016 – via web.archive.org.
  3. ^ "Indian Creek". rockclimbing.com. RockClimbing.com. Retrieved 25 Jan 2017.

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