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The Mooses Tooth  Alaska
Ranges: North America Ranges / Alaska Ranges

Height: 3150 m -> 10335 feet
Prominence?: 1030 m  
Line Parent?: Mount Silverthrone (17 km away, at bearing 349 degrees)

Location:   62.96917,-150.61333     62:58:09, -150:36:48   5V 620998 6984399   AreaCode: GP20/JG61
First Ascent: 1964 1964 by Klaus Bierl, Arnold Hasenkopf, ​Alfons Reichegger, and Walter Welsch (see the June 1964 Scree, the December 1964 Appalachia, the 1964 Alpine Journal, the 1965 American Alpine Journal, and the 1965 Alpine Journal)
Moose's Tooth Routes from Southwest
The Mooses Tooth is one of the most infamous peaks in Alaska. It's composed of steep, loose granite walls with crevassed, icefall-prone glaciers stuck to its flanks. The west ridge via the west summit is the standard route, an elaborate climb that is mostly on steep snow and along knife ridges.

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16 Moose's Tooth while Flying over Ruth Amphitheatre Brian Friedrich
9 Moose's Tooth Routes from Southwest Brian Friedrich

Placename Photos
11 Denali and Foraker Aerial Kevin Altheim