Welcome to the storied Lighthouse Tower, a prominent figure in Moab’s climbing legacy. Standing tall and proud, this tower has etched its name into the annals of climbing history. Lonely Vigil, the famed five-pitch route adorning the tower’s eastern facade, not only offers an exhilarating climb but also grants climbers access to a piece of Moab’s climbing heritage.
The second pitch, renowned for its exceptional climbing quality, holds echoes of the climbers who’ve tested their skills and left their mark on this iconic route. It serves as a testament to the pioneers who first explored these rocks, leaving behind a legacy that continues to captivate climbers from across the globe.
Climbing Lighthouse Tower, or any Moab tower for that matter, isn’t just about scaling a majestic rock formation; it’s about immersing oneself in the history and spirit of Moab’s climbing heritage. Discover why this climb holds a revered place in the hearts of climbers, offering not just an ascent but a glimpse into the rich tapestry of climbing history woven into the fabric of Lighthouse Tower.