Hamner Butte (OR) Climber's Log
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|Paul McClellan||Brush and downed timber |
Date Climbed: Jul 22, 2014
|From Highway 46 coming from the south I turned right on FSR 4680 and "zeroed my odometer".|
At 1.9 miles I turned left onto FSR 4674 (obvious, but not marked).
At 2.2 miles I turned right onto FSR 4678.
At 4.5 miles I turned left onto FSR 4678-350 (good clearance 2WD adequate).
At 6.2 miles I stopped at a small clearing and parked (5690' elevation). This is on the west slopes of Hamner Butte.
I hiked uphill approximately east through open forest to about 6170' where I crossed a road. I continued climbing uphill through brush and downed timber which eventually became less dense as I approached the summit rock block. The block was easiest to ascend on the north side. I found the Hamner Butte Benchmark under an orange metal drum. I descended the same route.
I found a GPS and compass useful.
|Posted Jul 22, 2014 9:56 pm|
|Nick Turtura||Cross Country |
Date Climbed: Jun 4, 2012
|Took the family including my 2 five year old daughters, so you see it wasn't a bad hike. Scrabbling over dead trees was interesting with little legs, but the snow was gone and we drove as far as it goes.|
|Posted Jun 4, 2012 11:06 pm|
|calebEOC||Cross Country |
Date Climbed: Sep 2, 2009
|Easy little scramble, although I did hear two separate trees come crashing down while I was heading up through the burned section. Summit formation is kind of neat, its a rib of blocky basalt that's maybe 10 feet tall and 80 feet in length.|
|Posted Sep 2, 2009 9:52 pm|
|Dennis Poulin||Cross Country |
Date Climbed: May 7, 2005
|This was a nice hike through a burned off forest. No real difficulty, but there was snow on the summit plateau|
|Posted Dec 31, 2006 3:37 am|
|Dean||Cross country |
Date Climbed: Jun 11, 2005
|Worked my way around to the east side and found FR 050 which led me to spot where I went off road and found a parking site. Using my GPS, I headed to the summit coordinate I had set and worked my way up to the summit rocks on the west side of the summit plateau.|
|Posted Dec 28, 2006 4:14 am|