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Three Corner Rock

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Three Corner Rock (Dave and Lynn Wunische)


Three Corner Rock, a pile of weathered basalt, is a former fire lookout site. It's about a half mile west of the Pacific Crest Trail and north of Table Mountain. There is a microwave tower here that is serviced by a 4WD track. Views extend from Mount Rainier to Mount Jefferson.

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