Moab and Indian Creek (Part 1)

How absolutely wonderful it is to be back in this magical place. Moab holds a special place in both of our hearts. It is where I went on my first big adventure that changed my entire perspective on the outdoors and has affected my life since. Sebastian spent a month out here a few years ago learning how to trad climb and highline with the great friends, and it has called to us ever since.

If there is one thing that remains constant here, it’s that Moab is a magnet for highly motivated and wonderful humans. This place feels like home for us not only because of the endless escapades and surreal landscape, but because of the friends we have come to call family.

We have been doing a whole lot of crack climbing, interspersed with a little hiking and mountain biking for the last 3 weeks. Here are just some of the memories we have been so lucky to experience, much more to come!

Climbing at Indian Creek

Sebastian leading Miss Kitty Likes it that Way (5.11+)

 

John gettin’ after it on Scarface (5.11b)

 

Carston on Neat (5.10), his first lead at the Creek!

 

Crack (climbing) killz… your hands

 

The very long approach to Castleton Tower (far right), so worth the exertion

 

On top of Castleton! We may not have been able to climb what we wanted but we still had an incredible view on the summit with great company!

 

Kira the crag dog likes to nap while we get our butts kicked climbing

 

Hikes and other fun stuff with the dearest friends

The sun setting over the La Sals in Long Canyon. One of the most beautiful spots we’ve been in Moab so far.

 

Exploring Long Canyon and discovering endless climbing opportunities!

 

We are so thankful we’ve been able to adventure with this amazing lady so much recently! Thanks for your constant positivity Brooke!

 

My heart was so happy to have this wonderful human come visit. Thanks for making the drive and bringing so much laughter into our lives!

 

Mountain biking with Brooke and Sass in Dead Horse State Park. Epic riding around the rim of the canyon on our “rest day.”

 

Another shot from Dead Horse

 

Sunsets never get old

 

We snuck off to Nederland, CO for a weekend to attend a funky little festival called Frozen Dead Guy Days. Live music, amazing food and beer, and lots of friendly faces made it a weekend to remember. This is a picture of some early morning hiking we did in the area.

 

Another view of our hike in Nederland

 

 

Thanks for sharing in our adventure, we are having the time of our lives!

2 Comments

  1. Diana

    What amazing pictures. I’m green with envy! Love you guys and can’t wait to see you at Easter. Safe travels!♥😘🌞🌻😃

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