We got off route early on and had some very long pitches but found our way back on the route at the Tunnel pitch. Fun route! Very pleasant temperature on the climb in the shade on a 105 degree day. The descent was equally fun downclimbing chimneys and gullies!
Challenging route-finding, great scrambling, terrific views - solitude. Not a soul on the mountain.
Climbed it again with DB in 2009 (?) after taking some godawful route up Tunnel Vision Peak first.
Didn't actually summit, but we did reach the top of the climb. Of all the long trad climbs in the 5.6 to 5.8 range in Red Rocks, this is not the top of the list of ones to recommend. While many pitches are excellent, there's some funk too. The tunnel isn't all that special either, just run out. But hey, enough of the negativity, we climbed, we didn't fall, and we reached the top, so it was a good day.
I've climbed the routes on Angel Food wall many times, but I visited the summit for the first time on April 5. Once is enough. If you have any sense, you will be content to leave the summit unbagged. Stick to the walls.