Matt Kinney climbed it in 1981 with guy from Alabama and Pat Levy (1st meteorite soloist) He was stoked and at the time, who cared as nothing had been named. Briefly giving it the name of "Alabama Peak". Kinney used Tones Temple when composing his guide as Tony Mann was first heli-guide from Valdez and was popular on Road run mostly.
Bench Glacier, Corbin Glacier, Deserted Glacier, Don Glacier, DOT Glacier, Heiden Glacier, Hogback Glacier, Keystone Glacier, Scorpion Glacier, Tonsina Glacier, Tsina Glacier, Twentyseven Mile Glacier, Worthington Glacier, Wortmanns Glacier,
Angel, Bridal Veil Falls (Ice Climb), Cidersicle, Fang Gully, Flying Cloud, Foolagain, Glass Onion, Greensteps, Hanging Tree Left, Hanging Tree Right, Horsetail Falls (Ice Climb), Hung Jury, Mud Slide, Oil Slick, Popsicle Pillar, POS, Simple Twist of Fate, Spring Loaded, The Bight,
19 Mile Wall, Bald Boy, Bro Bowl, Catchers Mitt, Cracked Ice, DOT Face, Fracture Canyon, Girls, Heavenly, Heiden View Face, Little Girls, Little Odyssey, Loveland Basin, Mega Sumo, Moonlight Basin, Nick's Happy Valley, North Odyssey, Python, RFS, Road Run, School Bus, Skate Park, Snatch, Vertigo,
Acapulco, Berlin Wall, Bronto, Cracked Ice, F-Top, Goodwills, Halibut Head, Heidi Peak, Little Matterhorn, Loveland Peak, Python, Repeater Peak, Rhinestone Cowgirl, Sapphire, Satellite, Sina Benchmark, Stone Mountain, Tones Temple, Twentyseven Mile Peak, Whistlers Mother,