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Three Fingered Jack

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Three Fingered Jack from the east side (Greg Lief)


Three Fingered Jack is a craggy peak located in the Mount Jefferson Wilderness in Oregon. Its summit is 7841 ft high. Three Fingered Jack is known to be one of the oldest, and crumbliest mountains in the Cascade Range. The route to its summit is very exposed and dangerous, but is one of the more popular climbs in Oregon.


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