not sure what route I used but I got to the top of this rocky, picturesque peak...first wandered up the canyon, then cut right up a steep wash, climbed some rock bands, then gained the rocky ridge line. then there was about 700ft of class 2...some steep class 3...and about 50ft of class 4 slab...after the summit, we wandered down the plateau then scree skiied down into the canyon.
the canyon is exceptionally beautiful...we hiked several miles up it among lovely rock pools and small waterfalls...thousands of screeking frogs were present, and some hooting owls on the hike out
Dave and I escaped the rain and trapsed up Indianhead on a warm and humid day. I found nothing Class 5 except the dihedral that Dave climbed twice for pictures. Interesting day with so many Big Horn Sheep around us, but it just wasn't spicy enough to consider doing again. I can NOT believe someone actually used gear on this. and "Carlee's" fried chicken was cooked in burnt grease :/