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Here's one of the world's greatest mountains, Devil's Thumb. The southeast face. Shooting from a door-off helicopter in the air during sunset. The most famous feature on the Devils Thumb among climbers is its Northwest face, rising 6,700 ft (2,042 m) from its base to the summit. It is the biggest rock face in North America. The conditions prevalent also make it perhaps the most dangerous climbing proposition on the continent. The crevasse you see here is about 10 to 30 feet deep.