American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

North America, United States, Oregon—Cascade Mountains, Stein's Pillar

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  • Publication Year: 1967

Stein’s Pillar. The third ascent of Stein’s Pillar, a spectacular, 400-foot, overhanging tower in eastern Oregon, was made in one day during the summer of 1965 by five Seattle climbers, Fred Beckey, Eric Bjornstad, Pat Callis, Dan Davis and Dick Springgate. The fourth ascent was completed in a little more than four hours by Layton Kor and Bill Van de Graff during the same summer.

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