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The Corcoran/ LeConte ridge,...
The Corcoran/LeConte ridge, viewed from the east ridge of Mount Langley. Mount Corcoran is actually a complex of four peaklets - the two 'teats' on the left, the Shark's Tooth, then the main summit tower (the east buttress of which is the leftmost of two prominent outcrops dividing the snowfield). The western half of Lone Pine Peak's south face is on the right side of the picture.

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Tom KenneySubmitted by Tom Kenney
on Sep 26, 2003 3:25 pm

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Lat/Lon: 36.53890°N / 118.2492°W
Object Title: The Corcoran/ LeConte ridge,...