Mount LeConte's East Face
Capping the north fork of the Tuttle Creek drainage is 13,960-foot Mount LeConte, the tallest of a striking series of pinacles that include Mount Corcoran and the Sharktooth. In addition to rock, Mount LeConte has a marvelously snowy north shoulder, as well as a complex network of tricky east-facing couloirs.
— February 16, 2006
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