R.I.P. 1931-1953; 1953-1967
Developed with a gable-roofed L-4 cab with windows on only three sides in 1931, an L-4 cab replaced it in 1953. Both were located 1/4 mile south of the summit. In later years it was staffed by the Mt. Hood National Forest for its excellent vantagepoint across the Columbia River, but was destroyed in 1967.
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
10 miles west of White Salmon
Skamania County, Washington
Elevation 2480'
USGS Benchmark RC2317
USGS Benchmark RC2328

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Dog Mtn. in 1933 Dog Mtn. in 1953
Photo courtesy the Fire Lookout Museum