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Pilot Rock summit [1]
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View from the summit of Pilot Rock (elev. 5910') in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument near Ashland, Oregon.  The rock is a former volcanic plug that has eroded away revealing large basalt columns & cliffs that drop as far down as 400'.  This view was taken from a small knife-edge peninsula besides the true summit.  Grand views extend out to Mt. Ashland, Mt. McLoughlin, & part of the Rogue Valley.

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