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Washington Fire Lookout Towers and Guard Stations

Washingtons Fire Lookout Towers  and Guard Stations          

Quartz Mountain Lookout Rental in Washington

Quartz Mountain Fire Lookout - Washington
For a unique and memorable vacation, spend the night in the fire lookout that sits atop the rocky summit of Quartz Mountain in Mount Spokane State Park. Perched at an elevation of 5,129 feet, the lookout provides stunning views of the Spokane valley, the north Idaho panhandle and the Selkirk Mountains. In the summer, the landscape is wildflowers and huckleberries.

The lookout is 14-by-14 feet in size. It is a wood-frame structure with wrap-around windows and deck and sleeps four comfortably. Visitors may take along their own food and a propane stove is available for cooking. There is no electricity in the lookout. Maximum capacity: Up to four people. Pets are not allowed.
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Hidden Lake Lookout near North Cascades National Park - Washington

Hidden Lake Lookout near North Cascades National Park
In order to get to Hidden Lake Lookout, you may have to hike though steep snowfields and may require an ice axe well into July. Enjoy views encompassing southern North Cascades National Park and the Glacier Peak Wilderness. The lookout was built in 1931 and stands at an elevation of 6,850 feet. It is open to the public on a first-come-first-serve basis for overnight use. Water is available by melting snow. When snowpack is gone visitors will need to bring water. 
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Evergreen Lookout Washington

Evergreen Lookout in the Wild Sky Wilderness area 
Perched atop its namesake mountain at an elevation of 5,587 feet, Evergreen Mountain Lookout was built in 1935 for detecting wildfires. During fire season, lookouts stayed in the cabin, watching for lightning strikes and forest fires in the Skykomish drainage. Once the lookout located a fire or smoke, he or she would radio to the Skykomish Ranger Station and give local landmarks to help firefighters locate the fire quickly.

During World War II, Evergreen Mountain Lookout was used as an Aircraft Warning Station, and then remained an active fire tower until the early 1980s. During volunteer restoration efforts in the 1990s, the lookout was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. 
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Godman Guard Station - Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness
Godman Guard Station, built in the 1930s, sits just outside the impressive Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness. The complex is adjacent to a historic Civilian Conservation Corps campground. Horseback riding and hiking trails into the wilderness are easily accessed from the cabin. Horses are allowed and may be tied near the cabin, and a barn about 200 yards up the hill is available for use. Winter access is by snowmobile, snowshoes or cross country skis. A groomed snowmobile trail passes right by the cabin.

Godman Guard Station is perched above the Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness at an elevation of 5,600 feet. From a barn about 200 yards up the hill from the cabin, expansive views of the wilderness can be seen. 
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