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Table Rock Fire Lookout

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The Table Rock Fire Lookout, Malheur National Forest (bobcat)
View back to Bullrun Rock and Monument Rock from the Table Rock Lookout (bobcat)

Description

The Table Rock Fire Lookout is staffed from late June/early July until the first snows. You can either make this a walk (about half a mile), beginning at the Table Rock South Trailhead and leaving the lookout road to angle up cross-country after the initial patch of forest, or drive there (0.8 miles).

The lookout was almost destroyed in the 2016 Rail Fire but was wrapped in aluminum. The outhouse was reduced to ashes, but there’s a new facility ready for use as of 2017. This is an historic 1937 cabin that replaced the original 1920s structure. The lookout staffperson is used to receiving curious guests, but make sure your visit is between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

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