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High Rock (5685'/1733m) summit [1]
USA

View from the top of High Rock (elev. 5,685') in the Cascade Range south of Mount Rainier National Park, Washington.  The peak is the high point of a volcanic escarpment w/ a killer view of Mt. Rainier across the valley to the north.  It houses one of the best views in the state w/ a fire lookout precariously on the edge, somehow still standing since being built in 1925.  It has received vandalism at various points as well as restorations, during a visit in 2011 it was in relatively good restored condition but this time around in September 2016 many of the windows were broken w/ graffiti adorning much of the walls, the lower door has been broken into.  From here, look south to see distant Mt. Adams, Mt. St. Helens & Mt. Hood, Oregon b/w the two.  At the base of the cliffs pokes Cora Lake.  Tyler & Clayton, along w/ their dog Remy, were also visiting the lookout having moved to the Seattle area recently.

Copyright: William L
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20756x10378
Taken: 17/09/2016
Uploaded: 17/09/2016
Updated: 06/10/2016
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Tags: high rock; washington; cascade range; volcano; volcanoes; mountains; mount rainier; summit; fire lookout; tower; mount adams; mount hood; tatoosh; mount saint helens; st.; goat rocks; nisqually valley; mt.; cora lake; sawtooth ridge; national park
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