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Barklow Mountain

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

The lookout site on Barklow Mountain (bobcat)


The views from the old lookout site on Barlow Mountain extend past Copper Mountain to the south and west to the Pacific Ocean. Of the lookout, there are only some concrete blocks and a couple of guy cable anchors. The first fire lookout here, an L-5 cab, was constructed in 1933. It was replaced in 1955 and, strangely, that cab lookout still exists: the entire structure was transported by helicopter in 1974 to become the Lake of the Woods Lookout!

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