A camp lookout was started here in 1914. In 1938, an L-4 cab was built, replaced in 1963 with a 20' wooden tower with R-6 flat cab. The present 100' steel tower built in 1986 is the tallest live-in tower in Washington state and is staffed every summer.
Colville Indian Reservation
14 miles SW of Inchelium
Ferry County, Washington
Elevation 4686'

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Gold Mtn. in 1993
Photo courtesy of Rex Kamstra