The Titan is the largest of the Fisher Towers, and the largest free standing tower in the United States. The Titan was also the first tower in the Fishers to be cimbed. Layton Kor's ascent of the Finger of Fate was the subject of an article in National Geographic, and the climb is one of the 50 Classic Climbs of North America. Harvey Carter, not to be outdone, added the incredible plumb line Sundevil Chimney, and later harder routes were added by Jim Beyer, Walt Shipley, and Duane Raleigh among others. Stevie Haston made an impressive attempt to free the Finger of Fate, but still had to resort to a few moves of aid - so the Titan is still awaiting a FFA.
Walk along the trail until at the base of the Titan. Sundevil Chimney is the first route reached. To reach the Finger of Fate, keep traversing around the base until it is possible to scramble up on ledges.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Titan:
Finger of Fate 5.8 A2 Aid, Grade V
Gimp Warfare 5.8 A3 Trad, Aid, 8 pitches, 900 feet, Grade VI
Sundevil Chimney 5.9 A3 Aid, Grade VI
World's End 5.9 A4 X Aid, Grade VI
Featured Route For The Titan
World's End 5.9 A4 X UT : Moab Area : ... : The Titan
This fantastic nailing route is on the South Face of the Titan 50 or so feet to the right of the Sundevil Chimney.P1- This pitch is steep and intimidating. It looks much harder than it is. Just a steep thin crack with lots of pretty good stopper placements. Climb to a hanging belay. (A2) P2- Climb up shallow corners and cracks. Traverse left to a right facing corner. When the corner switches to left facing, traverse left again via hooks and some thin pins to a good three bolt belay. (A3+)P...[more] Browse More Classics in UT