Shaylee, Kessler, Kimberly, and I climbed Mollies Nipple in Southwest Utah. We climbed it from the east, which was a long walk because the roads were too muddy to drive. It wasn't a hard hike, but there was lots of mud along the way. We found one petroglyph near the summit. There was some minor scrambling required to reach the summit as well. As expected, the views from the summit were fantastic.
Finaly this desert classic is being acknowledged.
Made the short hike up to this fun summit on the way back to LA after climbing North and South Guardian Angels. There was a storm in the area so we had some great clouds for pictures. It was cold and windy though!
I have climbed this peak twice and will definitely return for future ascents. Makes a great training peak, with 1300 feet of elevation gain in 1.25 miles. Lots of fossils on the way up. There is also a slot canyon at its base that is fun to explore.