"...This is the greatest face in the North Cascades, with 2500 vertical feet of relief, and still yet unclimbed in 2004."
John Roper, http://www.rhinoclimbs.com/Top100byP400.51-60.htm
...we approach from the west, past the north faces of Redoubt and the NW Mox. Across the Spickard - Mox divide,
into light turbulence, then a bank to the right to lower the wing. There, suddenly revealed,
sits the monstrous E face of the SE Mox - the most stupendous hunk of vertical stone in the North Cascade range.
[J. Scurlock, Flight Notes, August 2, 2005, with Mike Layton]
-- FIRST ASCENT: Mike Layton & Erik Wolfe, August 31 - September 1, 2005 --