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Thorp Mountain Fire Lookout, Final Approach, Wenatchee National Forest, Washington State
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The Thorp Mountain lookout (5,854 feet elevation) is located in the Wenatchee National Forest on the western side of the Teanaway region. It was built in 1931 by the U.S. Forest Service due to its ideal location, which makes for a popular destination for its excellent views. Approached by the Thorp Creek trail the hike is 7.8 miles round trip with 2,300 feet of elevation gain. It’s steep near the end and qualifies as a hard hike.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Chargée: 03/10/2012
Mis à jour: 02/07/2014
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Tags: cascades; fire lookout; hike; hiking; mountain; teanaway; thorp mountain; thorp mountain lookout; washington; trail; wenatchee national forest
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