Rock Climbing
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Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
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Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada
Rock Climbing at Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

Steep walls, warm rock, all at your own pace!

Beginning, intermediate, and advanced level trips are customized to your needs and experience level. Our accomplished guides will show you the best quality climbs at your ability level and lead you to new heights in your climbing skills.

Rock Climbing in the Moab Area

… Desert Rock Climbing at its Best! 

The geological wonderland that surrounds Moab is largely comprised of rock. Climbable rock!  Specifically sandstone, a “soft” rock easily eroded by wind and water into mystifying landscapes. The area sandstone has unique qualities of friction with vertical fractures (cracks) that beckon climbers from around the world.

Routes we guide range from one-pitch bolted sport-climbs, to 400ft desert spires, to 1700ft multi-pitch flat-irons. While climbers can find plenty of face-climbing and slab-routes, the vertical fractures prevalent within the sandstone create some of the best crack climbing in the world – and plenty of it.

Most of our climbing areas are comprised of both crack and face routes ranging from 50 to 100 feet high. Varying from 5.6 to 5.12 grades, with face, low-angle slab, and cracks, there is something for nearly everyone.

If you want to become a better crack climber, one of the most famous crack climbing areas in the world – Indian Creek, is just an hour’s drive from Moab. Cracks of every size and difficulty fracture the area’s Wingate cliffs, providing hundreds of routes – though very few of them are under 5.10.

We encourage you to learn more about the guides you’ll be climbing with as you consider your options. 


 

Rock Climbing Trip Options

1/2 and Full Day Beginning to Intermediate Single-Pitch Climbing

If you’ve never climbed before, or have limited experience our Moab Cragging Trips are a fun introduction to desert rock climbing.  You will learn the essentials and have ample time to ascend the walls and get a feel for the local rock.  We adapt the curriculum to your needs and experience level; a variety of high-quality climbs and a relaxed atmosphere will allow you to progress at your own pace – all of this in a beautiful setting.

1/2 Day – Moab Cragging     ~     Full Day – Moab Cragging

1/2 and Full Day Beginning Multi-Pitch Climbing

Looking Glass Rock allows the beginner climber a chance to climb way off the ground and enjoy expansive views – no harder than 5.5 but with a good amount of exposure creating the perfect situation for a beginner to attain a summit without needing a lot of strength or previous climbing experience.  San Rafael Swell is a spectacular playground of long, multi-pitched slab routes that are gently angled making them approachable to most athletic hikers wanting to ascend to the highest climbs in Southern Utah!  An exciting day for those new to multi-pitch climbing or a grand day of easy-to-moderate climbing for the more practiced.

1/2 Day – Looking Glass Rock     ~      Full Day – San Rafael Swell

Full Day Intermediate to Advanced Climbing

In the more than two decades that we’ve been climbing around Moab, we have sniffed out Moab’s very best climbs at a handful of the lesser known crags. These climbs see very few climbers and range in difficulty from intermediate to advanced climbing.

Full Day – Moab’s Best Climbs

Full Day Advanced Crack Climbing

If you are interested in climbing the most famous crack lines of the desert, then a Full Day Climbing Trip at Indian Creek is a must!  The absolute best place for jamming, this is your chance to get the beta on how to use your fingers, hands, feet, (and other body parts) for upward progress. We’ll address racking gear, efficient cam placement and their limitations, conserving energy, hand taping and, of course, how to jam.

Full Day – Indian Creek


Indian Creek Jam Camp – Biannual Special

Indian Creek is named for the stream that made this valley a popular haunt of the Anasazi (now known as the Ancestral Puebloan) more than a thousand years ago.  More recently, the region has become the epitomization of the Old West.

With iconic mesas and spires jutting out of range-lands that have been part of the area’s ranching history for more than a century, it is the perfect backdrop for building skills of grit and grace.  Find out More >>>