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The handsome (but much smaller) Liberty Bell-esque piece of stone one first views rounding the corner towards the pass coming from the west. My apologies for any ambiguity on the name, but that's all it's ever been called I think.

Getting There [Suggest Change]

Turn off Hwy 20 app. 4.5 miles east of Washington Pass following signs for the Cutthroat Creek Trail. Drive about a mile down the road to a trailhead parking with a bathroom on the left side of the road. Walk up through the woods (no trail) towards the wall, gaining elevation quickly before traversing leftwards in open forest and on slabby benches. You should reach a shoulder near the base of the wall’s right-hand side within an hour to an hour and a half.

  • **I am 99% certain this is the location on the map, but it's been a long time since we went up there and I'm submitting this now before all the info about it fades away from the weird corners of the internet it's still sitting in.

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