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Carpenter Mountain (5349'/1630m) summit [2]
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View from the top of Carpenter Mountain (elev. 5,349') near McKenzie Bridge, Oregon.  The summit is adorned w/ a historic fire lookout built in 1935, replacing a former one that was built in 1917.  Rain was coming in shortly, so the views were starting to diminish, however one can see a good view of the High Cascades from Mt. Hood down to Diamond Peak, including Mt. Jefferson, Three Fingered Jack, Mount Washington, & the Three Sisters.  Wolf Rock, the largest monolith in Oregon, is also visible in the backdrop.  The lookout itself is perched high up w/ steep drops over old basalt columns.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 29998x14999
Taken: 08/06/2018
Uploaded: 12/06/2018
Updated: 15/06/2018
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Tags: carpenter mountain; oregon; summit; fire lookout; tower; cascade range; knedyl; mountains; three sisters; mount washington; wolf rock; monolith; three fingered jack; mount jefferson
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