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Elevation: 4,377 ft
GPS: 44.411, -120.62 Google Map · Climbing Map
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Shared By: corvegas on Apr 27, 2006
Admins: Nate Ball, Micah Klesick
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Description

Very cool volcanic plug outside of Prineville. Lots of routes out there, and much new development with powerdrills. A lot of aid routes, though most go free now.

Getting There

drive US26 10 miles east from downtown Prineville to 200 yards east of mile marker 28. Turn left onto (paved) Mill Creek Road. Follow the road past the end of the pavement (at 5.1 miles from US26). Stay on Mill Creek Road for another 1.6 miles to the signed junction for Steins Pillar Trailhead. 30-45 minute hike in.
Self-issued, free permit is available at the trailhead and is required for hiking the Steins Pillar trail.

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Not sure who is replacing bolts, adding chain anchors and what not but thanks. It made the climb a good deal less intimidating. We did the west or SW face route. It was fun to have solid pro where the fixed pins were or at least near where they were. If you decide to clean it up more (fill in old bolt holes remove unnecessary bolts etc.) I hope you leave a of the relics as it is hard to believe folks climbed on that crap. Thanks again. Jun 15, 2008

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