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Dutchman Butte (3907'/1191m) summit
USA

Dutchman Butte is located west of Glendale, Oregon, practically in the middle of nowhere.  The views are nice & during the evening one can see the distant High Cascades while to the west there was a low marine layer over the Pacific.  Across the way to the south was the pointed Mt. Bolivar.  The original fire lookout was constructed in 1936 & was 12 feet in height.  In 1970 this newer three-legged lookout was built, complete w/ a solar paneled video camera at the top that rotates around spying on you.  The lookout is on the national register of historic places & is off limits by a fence.  The drive up is steep w/ some muddy spots; the last few hundred feet require walking up past a gate.  Logging operations are prevalent in these parts.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 22/05/2017
Uploaded: 22/05/2017
Updated: 15/07/2018
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Tags: dutchman butte; oregon; summit; fire lookout; tower; klamath mountains; knedyl; national register of historic places; clearcut; logging
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