will try to cover all of the questions you may have. If you
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are numerous hotels, motels and B&Bs in Moab. Go to www.moabchamber.com
for list of accomodation. There is also the Lazy Lizard Hostel www.lazylizardhostel.com.
- There is camping available along The River Road (128), Potash
Road, Slick Rock. There are also commercial sites in Moab.
- Plan on conditions being hot and sunny, and cold, rainy
and windy. We recommend wearing pants whilst crack climbing.
The Desert temperatures can experience extreme fluctuations
in temperature and conditions. Please make sure you bring
clothes to allow for these changes.
Equipment. Harness, helmet, rock climbing shoes which are
comfortable, approach shoes, belay device. Harness and helmets
will be subject to MDA approval.
Gear is also available for purchase at Moab Desert Adventures (10% discount) and at Gearheads, 471 South
Main Street and Pagan Mountaineering in the Eddie McStiff's Plaza.
You can also purchase sunglasses, suncream, waterbottles and other items you may have forgotten at the Moab Desert Adventures shop located at 415 N Main Street.
Pack, water bottles, sunscreen, sunglasses.
food will not be provided. Indian Creek is remote, there are
no services or facilities at Indian Creek, so please be prepared
for the Indian Creek day.
Salt Lake City, Grand Junction, Durango and Moab. Shuttles
operate between the airports and Moab Centre. Telephone Road
Runner shuttle 435 259 9402.
time is 4 hours from Salt Lake City, 3 hours from Durango,
1.75 hours from Grand Junction and 6 hours from Denver.
Buses stop at Crescent Junction on I70, 30 miles from Moab
and at Green River, 50 miles from Moab.
further details and to ensure that you will be sent the most
up to date information, please email email@example.com
or call 435 260 2404 or 1-877-ROK MOAB (toll free). Don't
miss out on this opportunity.