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From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

View to the Sugarloaf from the bear-grass meadows of Mt. Mitchell (bobcat)
Looking south from the Sugarloaf up the North Sioux drainage to Siouxon Peak (l.) and Huffman Peak (r.) (bobcat)


The Sugarloaf is a prominence to the west of Mount Mitchell with sheer weathered columnar cliffs on its north face and a large rock pinnacle (Peak 3683) on its south side. Most of the Sugarloaf is stunted coniferous forest with a bear-grass understory, but there are also small exposed meadows on the north and south sides. The summit is viewless.

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