R.I.P. 1930-1970
Overlooking Lake Chelan, the summit was first inhabited in 1920 when a crow's nest tree platform and a log cabin were built. In 1930, this 100' Aermotor steel tower was constructed, and the log cabin may have been replaced. In 1942, a 16x20' log cabin was built as new living quarters. The tower was gone in 1970.
Wenatchee National Forest
40 miles northwest of Chelan
Chelan County, Washington
Elevation 4121'

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Domke Mtn. in 1930
Photo courtesy the Fire Lookout Museum