|Best months for climbing:||Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Dec|
|Year first climbed:||1928|
|First successful climber(s):||C.L.Anderson and H.P.Wunderling|
|Nearest major airport:||Seattle|
Thanks to Daniele C. Struppa for adding this peak.
Located in the Alpental Valley, and easily reachable from Seattle through Interstate 90. The climb of the South Face of the peak (which does resemble a big tooth with a smaller tooth --a gendarme-- in front) is fully described in Nelson-Potterfield's 'Selected Climbs in the Cascades'. It is a four pitch grade II, class 5.4 climb. There is apparently avalanche potential on the approach during winter months.
Thanks to Daniele C. Struppa for this description.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 2 trip reports for The Tooth.
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- Log #21349 - by Kristin Weakly on July 20, 2008This was my first multi-pitch climb and it was incredible. The approach was a piece of cake due to snow coverage. We thought there would be less snow so we did not bring crampons or ice axes, but I...
- Log #17181 - by Daniele and Alessandro Struppa on May 29, 2002A very enjoyable face climb, with four pitches which can be combined into three. From exit 52 of I-90 (coming from Seattle), follow the signs to Alpental parking lot. Once there take the trail to the...