Lone Pine Peak is 12,944 feet high, so you are looking down 1,098 feet from the summit of Mt Langley. Lone Pine Peak has a trail most of the way, but just like Mount Langley, the last part of the climb involves a class two rock scramble to the summit.
But this scramble is quite a bit longer than Langley's (about 2,000 ft). To the north, you can see way out to Split Mountain which is another High Sierra 14,000 foot peak. Directly to the east you see Waucoba Mountain which is located in the Inyo Mountains. Waucoba is over 11,000 feet above sea level and is a good example of a desert mountain. Hot and dry.
In the photo to the upper right, you see Kurt holding the summit register for Mount Langley. Summit Registers are always fun because they let you share your name and experience of climbing the mountain with others. These Summit Registers also can be a source of important history on the mountain.