The second day, second climb. South Guardian Angel the day before. This one stands out as one my all time favorites.
Loose and exposed. More of a low 5th class climb on choss.
This is a fun little climb. Awesome views of West Temple from the top. Tons of ants that pestered us all the way up to the top. This really made me want to climb South Guardian Angel.
Penelope and I climbed the East Ridge via the 5.6 variation on the extreme right side of the ridge. Ostensibly, we climbed it to be able to scout the South Guardian Angel approach via Northgate Peaks and the Subway from the air. We are glad we did this as the NGA East Ridge route is reasonable, the views from the summit are awesome and seeing the SGA approach from the air enabled us to climb SGA a few days later. This East Ridge is a decent enough scramble to do on its own, the approach is fairly short via Wildcat Trailhead and the climbing is OK for Zion sandstone. We enjoyed the route and the peak.