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The final approach to the Three Fingers summit and lookout cabin is made by climbing, white knuckled, up several heavy wooden ladders, bolted into the vertical rock face. Once climbers reach the top, they don't have much room to maneuver, as the peak drops off 2 thousand feet on one side, and around 4 thousand feet on the other. The cabin has been restored and contains many of the furnishings, tools and relics that fire lookouts depended upon when they stayed atop the mountain for weeks or months on end.
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