This hike follows the Pacific Crest Trail 2000 through a pristine forest of fragrant Douglas and alpine fir, blue spruce, and mountain hemlock to the base of 7,841-foot Three-Fingered Jack, an eroded remnant of an ancient volcanic plug. The plug itself is impressive, and if you have climbing experience and the appropriate gear you may be tempted to continue up its south ridge to the summit. Trail Surface: Dusty dirt path with some steep and rocky sections.
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Directions to: Three-Fingered Jackprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||2,950 ft|
|Duration||4 to 6 hours|
|Season||June through October|
|Trailhead Elevation||4,900 ft|
|Top Elevation||6,550 ft|
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