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Evergreen Mountain Lookout, Interior, Cascades, WA State
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An overnight hiker packs to leave the historic Evergreen Mountain fire lookout. The Forest Service rents the lookout for $50 a night. It can sleep up to four. It’s a short 1.5 mile hike with 1,425 feet of elevation gain navigating a sometimes steep and rocky trail. It’s a strenuous hike, but worth it. The lookout, originally built in 1935, is one of the last fire lookout towers in the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest. On a clear day the views are spectacular and one can see Monte Cristo Peak and the volcanoes Mount Rainier and Glacier Peak as well as a host of other mountains.
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Uploaded: 21/08/2013
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Tags: cascades; fire lookout; fire lookout tower; hike; hiking; evergreen mountain; washington; mountain; mount baker-snoqualmie national forest
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