El Camino Royal I, F3
My brother and I climbed this formation a couple of times when we first started climbing together. I found it to be a good place to practice rope craft and for us to learn to climb and communicate with each other. If you are a beginning Alpine climber, an easy area to practice setting protection, managing gear, setting up belay stations with a focus on the mechanics of roped climbing is absolutely essential. You don't want to be fumbling, dropping gear, and wasting time on an exposed ledge with nasty weather looming to work out the kinks. Furthermore, many situations will place you out of sight from your climbing partner, add some wind, and simple communication becomes paramount (on belay, off belay, etc.). The view of Royal Arch from the top of the Regency isn't too bad either.