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Creeksgiving Beta

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Caleb Schwarz · · Colorado Springs, Colorado · Joined Mar 2016 · Points: 115

I know this might have been touched on in earlier forums and it's still a long ways out, but I'm beginning to plan my creeksgiving trip for this year. This will be my first time in the Creek and I plan on staying for about a week. As much as I would love to hop on the ultra-classics, I realize there's going to be lines longer than Disneyland. Any recommendations on less crowded cliffs or best places to camp? Also any tips or etiquette  must-knows would also be appreciated. 


Crotch Robbins · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2003 · Points: 115

Go with the flow, bro.

Aleks Zebastian · · Boulder, CO · Joined Jul 2014 · Points: 175
Caleb Schwarz wrote:

... Also any tips or etiquette  must-knows would also be appreciated. 


climbing friend,

you must be offering the natives whiskey, beer, and your marihuana, so that you will be accepted into their tribe.

Michael Sammartino · · Eagle, Colorado · Joined May 2014 · Points: 0

Show up a week before thanksgiving to nab a site or find a partner and climb some towers instead. Imagine the most crowded night at your climbing gym, then make it outside and in Indian Creek. Sorta takes the magic out of the experience...

That being said, it's always nice to gather with the tribe... and make sure your beers are coming from Colorado rather than Utah :) 

Sam Keller · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jun 2013 · Points: 30

I heard its going to be raining. 

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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