Placed by Tom Roundtree in 2002, this one was placed at the highest point. We looked also for USGS benchmark(s) but could not find any. One problem with this register is that it was hard to get the register book out of the jar. The jar had a narrower opening so be prepared to deal with this and hopefully take a wide mouth jar up with you to resolve the problem. It is possible that some
summit visitors couldn't get the booklet out to sign. But there were very few visitors to either of the two registers over the past 18 years. The other register was placed in 1993. Dennis and I were only the 10th & 11th to sign the first register in 18 years. Just an indicator of how rarely this peak is visited.
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