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Mount Pilchuck Lookout, Skyline, Cascades, WA State
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Mount Pilchuck, at 5,324 feet, has one of the last operational fire lookout towers in the Mt. Baker Snoqualmie National Forest. Near Verlot, on the Mountain Loop Highway, it is one of the most popular hiking destinations in the Cascades. Every year an estimated 28,000 enthusiasts make the pilgrimage to the summit for the views from the historic and restored fire lookout tower, originally constructed in 1918. With 2,234 feet of elevation gain over 6 miles round trip navigating a steep and rocky trail it’s a strenuous hike, but worth it. On a clear day the views are spectacular and one can see the volcanoes Mount Rainier, Mount Baker, and Glacier Peak as well as a host of other mountains.

Copyright: Bill Edwards
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11772x5886
Taken: 08/08/2013
Uploaded: 09/08/2013
Updated: 07/04/2015
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Tags: cascades; fire lookout; fire lookout tower; hike; hiking; mount pilchuck; washington; mountain; mount baker-snoqualmie national forest
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