A climb of the East Slopes route up Mount Audubon can be combined with the summit of a small 12706ft peak to the north-east of Audubon. This peak has been called "Notabon" by Roach and provides beautiful views of the surrounding area. It requires an additional 120ft of elevation gain and can easily be reached from the normal route. (It can be seen next to Audubon on the picture that I submitted earlier.)
The "very steep gully" is called Crooked Couloir. It provides for a nice glissade down to Blue lake when snow conditions permit.
Thanks...I never knew it had a name!