there is really no point in putting up a good photo like this if you won't even describe where it is. Therefore, I voted 2 stars out of 10. If you explain where it is (which you should do for every photo) I will definitely change my vote.
You need to say more than "Famous Indian Creek". How many Indian Creeks are there in the West? 1,000?
Indian Creek is along the road going toward The Needles in Canyonlands. There are many great routes here and several famous crack climbs. As JD said, it is well known to rock climbers.
but, I'd still like to see a description below. That's all I am saying. Say what state it is in. I think it is kinda conceited and cliquey to put nothing about where something is. That's all.
The details have been added. Sorry for the confusion. When I think of Desert climbing of think of Indian Creek. Though there may be thousands of "creeks", this one's the Meca for those crack addicts. The lack of description is noted- thanks for the remarks
Thanks a lot. I offered this suggestion to improve the page, and I think it did.
I too am pissed that you didn't put the exact coordinates of this place. Heaven forbid I should have to look up other resources or have to beg to be spoon fed information! Also I'd prefer if you called it Native American Creek.
There are so many photos of places that do not give a clue where they are at in the world. Many of us don't know where Little Belly Creek is, or Purple Flower Mountain (I am making these up), so there must be something that can be added (even State initials) to give us a clue where these places are. A great many thanks to all who do identify locations!
Regardless of whether location is mentioned or not, no one can deny this is a great photo!