Posts Tagged ‘indian creek’

  • Protecting Abbey Country – Love Letters To The Desert

    Mar 20, 16 • 1633 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    I am sitting in front of my computer, doing what I do to make my pennies, but in a few hours, when my writing is done, and the car is packed I will head out to my favorite place in the world, the most beautiful place in the world, my second home, Indian...

  • Just One More, The Acquired Taste of New Routes in Indian Creek

    Jan 3, 16 • 2670 Views • Locations1 Comment

    “Once in a while you get shown the light In the strangest of places if you look at it right” Scarlet Begonias by The Grateful Dead “I just want one first ascent,” I told my best friend Two Tent Timmy, while we stood amongst the winter solitude in our...

  • The Sisterhood of the Rope by Rhiannon Williams

    Dec 2, 15 • 4661 Views • Locations1 Comment

    We pull into the Supercrack parking lot in a rusty, mud smothered Subaru, named Shelly. The lot is dotted with similar vehicles, their windows all dusted by relentless desert sand, (some of which have been decorated by a climber’s tough calloused finger)....

  • New Wall in Indian Creek

    Oct 9, 15 • 3186 Views • Locations3 Comments

    As of last weekend there’s a brand new wall in Indian Creek: The Dove Creek Wall. The best part is it’s in the shade all day, and also can be combined with a day of climbing at the Optimator Wall, which doesn’t go into the shade until the...

  • One Year Later by Nick Chambers

    Jun 8, 15 • 3017 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    Climbing does not always go as planned. Rosa Malloy-Post of Durango, Colorado, is evidence of that. At the age of 23 she experienced a life changing accident in Indian Creek, Utah. Her dear friend, Nick Chambers, made this film, One Year Later, over the...

  • The Desert is Mightier Than The Sword

    Apr 20, 15 • 2711 Views • Locations1 Comment

    I always think I’ll write about something else, but these stories keep happening. Then I realize that is the channel for which I have been created, and there is no sense in trying to deny my life’s path. You’ve got to go with life’s flow. So here we...

  • The Climbing Zine

    Indian Creek Reflection, before it all slips away

    Oct 13, 14 • 5723 Views • LocationsNo Comments

    The good times are moving fast these days, zipping by as we fly through space on this big ball of rock. As a writer it is my job to record, to pause, to go back in time, if only slightly, and squeeze the juice out of divine moments, and leave produce...

  • Road Trippin’ and Home Trippin’ by Luke Mehall

    Aug 29, 14 • 2050 Views • UncategorizedNo Comments

    Canadians are nice, it rains a lot in the Cascades, and Idaho is quiet and quaint. I’d heard these things were true, but I had to see for myself. by Luke Mehall, publisher The Climbing Zine I just returned home to Durango after a nice two-week tour to some...