In order to mount a partition, your file manager (Nautilus, Dolphin, Thunar) exec something like:
in which output appear the UUID "0d71227f-66fc-45ac-8bfc-93280b93dc8c" of that partition, the file manager use that UUID to create a temporal directory where is going to mount the partition. The UUID is unique so each partition will have a different one. Be careful in the N, since represent the partition number, always you can exec
fdisk -l to know your partition table.
So to answer your question, you can create a directory like /media/CrunchbangDisk where you can mount manually your partition.
Here an example:
mount /dev/sdaN /media/CrunchbangDisk
Also you can specify the partition type with, e.g.
-t ext2 to the mount command.