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Tuttle Creek

The high point of the Lower 48, Mt. Whitney, has become something less than a 'wilderness' experience. A few miles to the south, however, is the remote and rugged Tuttle Creek where you are unlikely to see anyone else once you've hiked in a few miles.

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South Fork of Tuttle Creek
South Fork of Tuttle Creek
View Northwest from Tuttle Pass
View Northwest from Tuttle Pass
Talus Travel in Tuttle Creek
Talus Travel in Tuttle Creek
Sunrise, Tuttle Creek
Sunrise, Tuttle Creek
Bighorn Sheep on Mount Langley
Bighorn Sheep on Mount Langley
Primrose Lake, Miter Basin
Primrose Lake, Miter Basin
Mount Corcoran
Mount Corcoran
Keyhole Wall
Keyhole Wall
Mount Langley and Mount Corcoran
Mount Langley and Mount Corcoran
On the Summit of Langley
On the Summit of Langley
Resting, East Ridge of Mount Langley
Resting, East Ridge of Mount Langley
Lone Pine Peak, South Face Profile
Lone Pine Peak, South Face Profile
Resting on Lone Pine Peak
Resting on Lone Pine Peak
Gary and Gobie on Lone Pine Peak
Gary and Gobie on Lone Pine Peak
Tuttle Obelisk
Tuttle Obelisk
Spindrift Avalanche on Lone Pine Peak
Spindrift Avalanche on Lone Pine Peak
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