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R W reviewed Three Corners Rock
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BlowdownSnow

Attempted to get out to this trail on 2/27. About 2 miles from the trailhead, someone on the way out advised there was a tree down on the road, making it impassable by car. The snow on the road was also getting noticeably deeper. Didn't make it to the trail and posting this to give folks a heads up until someone else reports it has been cleared.

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Rohit Shinde reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Hiking

Road leading to it is a bit bad. Take 4WD. Trail isn't crowded at all

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Dave W reviewed Three Corners Rock
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good trail, burner on the way up, huge payoff at the top on a clear day

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Cornel Micu reviewed Three Corners Rock
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HikingMuddyRockySnow

The trail itself is hard to find, but if you look on the trees you should see numbers which marks the miles. Mile 9.5 keep strait going up, don't take right. At mile 10 is where you park. The view is stunning on a clear day. For a 360 view you have to climb on some big rocks but not recommend if fear of heights or have not the proper shoes. The hike is all up hill, with some snow/ice patches close to the end of the trail. Going down was very easy, jogging must of the way. Total time going up is approximately 45 min without stop, coming down was 25 min.

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Lilly Glass Akoto reviewed Three Corners Rock
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What a perfect day to trek! First off, the last 40 to 45 minutes of the drive was all gravel road. It was a little scary here and there, especially the drive home. I slid on the gravel a few times and the sun blinded me often. Anyway, the trailhead is not actually marked clearly. No restrooms, etc. Not sure what was needed so I did place my discover pass just incase. Incline for a mile plus but not the super steep incline like other places (Dog Mt, Hamilton, etc) About a mile 10 ish, there is a little lookout to the left. Gorgeous views from that rocky ledge! The trek is easy enough and as many already stated, the views at the top are breathtaking!!! I climbed those rocks and took video of the sky and mountains from that viewpoint! Took a little detour on the way down to get some extra miles in. Pretty easy to follow in AllTrails... a short jaunt out and then caught the PCT back to the main trail. In retrospect, should have made my loop a little bigger, only added about 1.4 miles! Lovely trek, lovely day and will return!

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Morgan Hamilton reviewed Three Corners Rock
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HikingSnow

Amazing x1000! Went yesterday and there was snow. The views at the top are something special!!!! You must do this!!!!

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Sonny Schweke reviewed Three Corners Rock
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HikingSnow

Did this on Sunday. Beautiful day, cold but the sun was out. Brought microspikes but did not use them. Not much as far as views until the very top, but the woods are beautiful in the snow. Super windy and cold at the top! Did not spend much time there. Unexpectedly saw some poor guy with his brand new truck stuck in the snow on the trail just below the top! Didn’t even have the plates on the vehicle yet. Don’t be this guy.

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Danny Pate reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Amanda Nay reviewed Three Corners Rock
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HikingIcy

As per other comments, the first half mile or so feels very uneventful but man oh man once the snow hits and the forest opens up, the views are amazing! Pretty slick snow when we went, micro spikes would’ve been a good thing. Very great short hike!

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Karen Nguyen reviewed Three Corners Rock
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HikingSnow

A great hike! I was able to easily hike with just normal hiking boots. The view was stunning and the winds were strong throughout the hike. I liked seeing all 4 mountains. The signs were easy to follow.

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Jake Reichardt reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Hiking

We turned this into an 8.3 mile hike by starting at the PCT crossing on Road CG 2000. The extra section isn't exciting but added some needed extra exercise in a nice forest setting. Snow covers the trail to Three Corner Rock from about 1.5 mi from the top. It's packed down but slippery from heavy use, and we were happy to use our mini spikes for part of it. Very cold and windy at the top, nice views but not as good as some other hikes. Big tower at the top detracts from the setting.

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Brianna Lawrence reviewed Three Corners Rock
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the top was obstructed by fog. snow at the second half. lookout halfway there was beautiful and made it worth it.

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K Danie reviewed Three Corners Rock
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WalkingGreat!IcySnow

Went here today. Amazing view. Perfect day. My friend lost her black glove on the trail. Was a sentimental gift. If found please reach out to me. Insta: @kerridee02

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Amanda Estlack reviewed Three Corners Rock
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HikingGreat!

This trial is beautiful all the way through. The views at the top of the Mt are breathtaking. This is a new favorite.

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John Goodpaster reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Meredith Miller reviewed Three Corners Rock
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HikingIcyScrambleSnow

I haven't been hiking in a couple months and was nervous about starting off on a moderate uphill hike, but it was very achievable. The trail had a lot of ice on it (in a very interesting shape that we later researched. Apparently it's called needle ice and it looked a little bit like grass). The walk up the PCT didn't have too many views but when we turned right towards Three Corners Rock, we found a beautiful section of woods covered in a fresh layer of snow. Then we met up with a road/trail that led up the hill to views at the top. We scrambled up about half way on the rock formation, but it was too windy (and freezing) to safely go further. We still got gorgeous views! Definitely a hike worth the cold temperatures.

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Bryce Ewing reviewed Three Corners Rock
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starting to ice up and was very windy at top. views of jefferson, hood, st helens, adams, rainier, and a cell tower. climbed the rocks to fully summit. very similar difficulty to wind mountain.

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Belen Belen Bustamante reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Paul Baker reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Great hike. Pretty narrow the whole way through.

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Ivory Morgan reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Tiera Liby reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Lex Schaefer Diamond reviewed Three Corners Rock
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Hiking

Be aware/mindful that there’s very little parking at the trail head, fits about four cars if everyone backs in nicely. Trail is mostly in shade and has an overlook about halfway up that’s really lovely. Had some good incline, narrow but clear after the rains. The view at the top is phenomenal, but like others say, be careful when scrambling. There’s a dilapidated concrete route up part of the rocks, but might not be suitable for all folks. Also, please please clean up your trash/stuff it deep in your pack. Lately, I’ve seen too many beer cans/plastic bags. We should all embrace a sense of stewardship over the land we enjoy.

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Kenny Mullet reviewed Three Corners Rock
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