The Tooth is an extremely popular peak in the Snoqualmie Pass area near Seattle. It offers and easy approach to fun, moderate climbing. The South Face route is considered a local classic climbing the 400 foot steep but blocky Andesite face above Pineapple Pass. The summit views offer an excellent panorama of the Stuart Range, nearby peaks like Snoqualmie and Chair, and Mount Rainier to the south. The first ascent of The Tooth was on June 25, 1916 by Charles Hazelhurst and C. G. Morrison.