Trip Report: The Moose’s Tooth

During a stretch of amazing weather and conditions in April, 2024, Suzanna Lourie and her partner, Olga Dobranowski, made an ascent of the ultra-classic Ham & Eggs route on The Moose’s Tooth.  

The Moose’s Tooth is a rock peak in the Central Alaska Range, 15 miles southeast of Denali. Despite its low elevation, it’s a challenging climb due to its large rock faces and long ice couloirs. Its name comes from its structure, resembling a moose’s tooth with its long summit ridge and steep drops. The true summit is usually reached via steep couloirs on the southwest, as the west ridge route is very difficult.

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