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Heybrook Lookout. 2.6 mile roundtrip. Stevens Pass. Short hike with good views.

Heybrook Lookout - Hiked with Coach and Jenn -July Hwy Baker Forest mi roundtrip/ 850 elevation gain

My view from the fire lookout tower that I rented for 4 days in Oregon's Siskiyou Forest in 2009. I actually got this view maybe three times in four days; the rest of the time all I saw was storm clouds and rain. It was like being on a tall island in a hurricane. Perfect solitude. I think of it often.

Bald Knob Lookout is perched atop Bald Knob at an elevation of feet in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. The lookout offers visitors a unique lodging experience and panoramic views of the surrounding area.

Iron Goat Trail — Washington Trails Association - I would like to do this hike all the way to Wellington sometime!

Iron Goat Trail — Washington Trails Association good for children, especially those that like trains. The first three miles are a flat walk and then, for those inclined, there's a nice scramble up the hill where you can break a sweat.

Hiking near Washington - Hike to Heybrook Lookout :: The Outbound Collective

To the trailhead, drive east on highway 2 from Everett. Just past milepost 37 you will see a gravel parking area on the left side of the highway.

View of Red Top Lookout from the start of the trail. Photo by Melissa Ozbek.

View of Red Top Lookout from the start of the trail. Photo by Melissa Ozbek.

Talapus 6.2 miles round trip, 1220 elevation Need NW Forest pass

Backpacking with Kids In Washington State. Talapus and Ollalie Lake, WA - miles round trip - about 2 miles to Talapus Lake - Ollalie is miles further - no fires, trail can be muddy

The Wallace Falls Trail is welcoming to newcomers and seasoned hikers alike. Photo by Just Starting.

wallace-falls central Cascades -- Stevens Pass - West View map below Length miles, roundtrip Elevation Gain: 1300 ft.

(Nearly) 150 Classroom Marginal Gains « Wilmslow High School's 'Lookout for Learning'

(Nearly) 150 Classroom Marginal Gains

Hike to one of the four remaining fire lookouts in Mount Rainier National Park. Perched on an open knoll on rocky Mount Fremont, this historic structure is the highest of the park’s lookouts.