Park Butte Lookout and Mt. Baker, North Cascades, WA State
This view captures Park Butte Lookout and Mt. Baker from the ridge just below the lookout. A historic fire lookout, built in 1932, sits atop Park Butte at 5,400 feet. It’s a small lookout that is perched right on the tip of the butte with dramatic exposure on three sides. Looking north Mount Baker dominates the skyline.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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Uploaded: 21/09/2013
Updated: 02/07/2014


Tags: cascades; fire lookout; fire lookout tower; park butte; mount baker; hike; hikes; hiking; mountain; north cascades; washington; trail
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