Everyone and their grandmother has climbed this route, I am no exception.
Super fun. Wind scared other parties away, and scared me as I walked across toward the diving board.
And what a classic! Led every pitch free and it felt great! Scary last pitch and I opted to skirt the board and clip the lower piton. If you do this make sure to use a long runner or you will have a lot of rope drag. Two 60s will get you to base from the top of the third pitch. Fun and mega-classic route!
done it twice, probably more in the future
This is a fantastic route!
busy route but rightfully so. Like hkutuk this was an Indian Creek related trip, only we capped the trip with this route. I lead/freed all the pitches which was scary. This one is a must do!
The most exciting summit I ever climbed. En route to Indian Creek decided to spend a day sampling a desert tower. Met up with Dan and Dave from Colorado Springs. Short hike in after a brief night sleep after flying into SLC and driving down to Moab all night. We managed to free the bolt ladders, loose looking rock (or should I say mud) but the summit pitch was awesome. Walk accross the wildly exposed ledge with wind blowing me almost off, mantle on Eagle's Head and after couple more hard moves I was on the tiny summit, what an incredible place. First desert tower climb, I hope to come back for more. Spent the next three days at Indian Creek jamming, best climbing ever!