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.
Desert crack-climbing requires certain jamming skills difficult to hone anywhere but on the cliffs of Southeast Utah. Unraveling the secrets to ascending these lines is what our Jam Camp is all about. Our Jam Camp guides, widely considered to be specialists in parallel-sided crack routes, bring years of Indian Creek crack-climbing experience to you.