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Little Lookout Mountain

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Looking up to the summit of Little Lookout Mountain (bobcat)


Little Lookout Mountain is about 200 feet lower than its companion Lookout Mountain, but is also a worthy effort. The ridge from the saddle hosts blooming wildflowers in the spring. The old telecommunications wire coils along the ground here.

From the summit, the Rock Creek valley and the headwaters of the East Fork spread below you on either side. Most of the Cascade peaks are visible from here, too, except for Mount Saint Helens, which is obscured by closer summits on the Cougar Rock ridge.



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