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By Dylan Colon
From: Eugene, OR
Jul 8, 2011
|A good alternative approach is to find some old weathered concrete steps leading up the bluff (these die out after only a few feet) directly above the northernmost cottage. Hike up and slightly left for a few hundred feet on steep but uncomplicated terrain. Lincoln's Chair should be the first major outcropping you come across.|
By Doug Hemken
Nov 17, 2012
Yet another way to find this formation is to come in by Misery Rocks, drop down to the base of the Pantry by Special K Pillar, and cross the gully/boulder field to the south.
The advantage of this is that all but 150 feet is on well-worn user trails.
And Lincoln's Chair is small enough that you'll probably want to climb on some of these other formations anyway.