Photo: (l-r) Tusk Peak, Mount Irvine, Mount Shackleton (beyond), Mount Chettan, Mount Shipton, and Pic Tordu (beyond) from the northwest on Reconnaissance Ridge (courtesy Rienk Lakeman)
- 3060 m (10,040ft)
- First Ascent
- Naming History
Located 1.25 km south of Tusk Peak
Ascent Party: J. De Laittre, W.R. MacLaurin, A.J. Osterheimer
Ascent Guide: Hans Fuhrer
Named by: Alfred Ostheimer
Named for: Irvine, Andrew Comyn (Together with George Mallory, Andrew Irvine was last seen above 28 000 feet on Mount Everest and "going strong."
Andrew "Sandy" Irvine (1902-1924) was a member of the 1924 expedition despite being only 21 years old. On June 8, 1924, Irvine and Mallory were last seen going for the summit of Everest.
Said to be a shy, handsome young man, Irvine had rowed for Oxford University prior to going to the Himalaya.