Owls Head sits facing east on the South East Corner of the Mountain range. If you are there odds are no one else is.
From the east follow the dirt road to the end. The houses at the base will call to have you towed. They think the park is their back yard and climbers are invading there space, though we were climbing there years before the houses and the fence went up.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Owls Head:
Hangloose 5.8 Trad, 1 pitch, 170 feet
Intimidation 5.8 Trad, 200 feet
To Bee or Not to Bee 5.8+ PG13 Trad, 2 pitches, 200 feet
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To Bee or Not to Bee 5.8+ PG13 AZ : Central Arizona : ... : Owls Head
I've eyed this line for years and finally got on it. After I set up my belay on the arete I poked my head around the corner to scope out the traverse only to hear the buzzing of hundreds of bees only 30' away. Not to be shut down we went for it and the bees kept there distance. To Bee or Not to Bee starts just right of Intimidation's start on a face crack with an old pin but any other route to get to the shelf half way up the wall will work. Make a belay near the arete on the left then commit t...[more] Browse More Classics in AZ