Highway 242 to Highway 35

Bend, Oregon

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The terrain crossed in Section F is an approximate mirror image of that crossed in Section E. Starting from Highway 242, you head north across recent lava flows that also make up the last part of Section E. You then pass three major peaks—Mt. Washington, Three Fingered Jack, and Mt. Jefferson—just as you passed the Three Sisters. All six peaks are volcanoes in various stages of erosion. Mt. Jefferson, the northernmost, and South Sister, the southernmost, are the two youngest.

Highway 242 to Highway 35 Professional Review and Guide

"The terrain crossed in Section F is an approximate mirror image of that crossed in Section E. Starting from Highway 242, you head north across recent lava flows that also make up the last part of Section E. You then pass three major peaks—Mt. Washington, Three Fingered Jack, and Mt. Jefferson—just as you passed the Three Sisters. All six peaks are volcanoes in various stages of erosion. Mt. Jefferson, the northernmost, and South Sister, the southernmost, are the two youngest."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Bend
Distance: 112.5
Trail Type: Shuttle
Season: June to July
Local Contacts: Pacific Crest Trail
Local Maps: Mt. Washington, OR; Pinhead Buttes, OR; Three Fingered Jack, OR; Mount Wilson, OR; Marion Lake, OR; Timothy Lake, OR; Mount Jefferson, OR; Wolf Peak, OR; Olallie Butte, OR; Wapinitia Pass, OR; Boulder Lake, OR; Mount Hood South, OR; Fort Butte, OR

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