anyone been to indian creek lately?


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da toz · Jan 24, 2016 · Durango, CO · Joined Nov 2011 · Points: 115
looking to see if anyone has the word on what the creek is looking like at this point in the winter? it's been warming up around these parts, but my guess is that all the snow melting might make for some wet cracks...

thanks!

Nicholas King 1 · Jan 24, 2016 · Grand Junction, Colorado · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 15
climbingweather.com/Utah/In...

Looks pretty cold to me still.

txclimber · Jan 24, 2016 · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2013 · Points: 0

da toz · Jan 24, 2016 · Durango, CO · Joined Nov 2011 · Points: 115
thanks txclimber, didn't know about those webcams. looks like there's still quite a bit of snow on the ground around the six shooters... i'm curious if some of the south facing crags are dry and approaches are manageable

evolve · Jan 24, 2016 · Durango, CO · Joined Sep 2013 · Points: 195
I was at the creek last weekend. Sunny crags were in great shape and it was plenty warm and dry. Nights were cold, obviously. Shady aspects are snow covered. Take good boots if you go, approaches still have lots of snow. Area is supposed to see some weather today, not sure how much.

evolve · Jan 24, 2016 · Durango, CO · Joined Sep 2013 · Points: 195

Thom Crumrine · Jan 28, 2016 · Moab, Utah · Joined Dec 2014 · Points: 15
Here is a report from gear traders in Moab. moabgeartrader.com/winter-c...

Nicholas King 1 · Jan 28, 2016 · Grand Junction, Colorado · Joined Apr 2014 · Points: 15
In addition to the gear traders report above, some walls I've climbed on during colder times are The Fin, Donnelly canyon, and broken tooth

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