Hiking up just above Piss Pass, towards 5456', nearing the steepest
pitch (47 degrees).
Looking back at The Cleaver and Piss Pass from the bowl
just below Point 5456'.
Looking along Denny Ridge, all the way back to the
summit, from Point 5456'.
Looking at the top of Great Scott Bowl from the ridge
just north of Point 5456'. The true Pineapple Pass is the notch to the
right of this "Baby Tooth".
A close-up look at the true Pineapple Pass, the notch
used by climbers since 1928 for getting at The Tooth.
A photo of the face leading from the ridge down the
backside of the mountain, just skier's right of the chute (next photo).
Steeper than the chute, which is only 47 degrees.
The main way of getting down the backside - hop into
this chute from the
A look down the backside of Denny Mountain, down Denny
Creek, with Silver Peak at the top. If you have a car waiting for you
somewhere along the Denny Creek campground road, and there's enough snow, you
can ski 3 1/2 miles and 3300' vertical down to it..
Great Scott Bowl, from the top. The run starts off
at 36 degrees, and goes 1400' down to Source Lake (see Great Scott Area).