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Abbott Butte (6131'/1869m) summit

View from the top of Abbott Butte (elev. 6,131') on the Rogue-Umpqua Divide northwest of Prospect, Oregon.  The summit is a broad alpine area w/ a fire lookout built in 1939 (a cupola lookout was built beforehand next to it in 1928), though it has long been out of service as the road itself has been converted to a faint trail w/ fallen logs.  The top cab itself collapsed sometime around last year (2015).  I doubt it will ever be restored for future use.  It was only within the past year that the top observation deck of the fire lookout succumbed to the elements & collapsed, there are signs the entire thing is ready to go down the next winter storm.  Haze obscured much of the view due to the Gap Fire near Seiad Valley, California, but when clear, much of the Cascade Range from Crater Lake down to Mt. McLoughlin is visible as is many of the foothills going west towards Tiller.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 01/09/2016
Uploaded: 01/09/2016
Updated: 06/01/2019


Tags: abbott butte; rogue umpqua divide; river; oregon; cascade range; summit; mountains; fire lookout; tower; abandoned; ruins; wilderness
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