This small bump in the mountains of central Washington is actually one of the most strategically located lookouts on the Wenatchee National Forest. Steliko began as a camp in 1925. The present structure, a 10' L-4 built in 1947, is presently available on the Recreation Rental program.
Wenatchee National Forest
7 miles northwest of Entiat
Chelan County, Washington
Elevation 2586'

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Steliko Point in 1998
Photos courtesy of Rex Kamstra