|Registry Numbers||CAN 5, AB 5 (view other lookouts in Canada, Alberta)|
|Date Registered||July 15, 1997|
|Nominated by||O'Brien Tarnasky, District Ranger|
|Location||Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park, Alberta|
N 49° 39.334' W 110° 19.667' (view using Google Maps)
N 49° 39' 20" W 110° 19' 40"
N 49.655560° W 110.327780°
|Elevation||4,159 ft (1,268 m)|
|Administered by||Dept. of Environmental Protection, Natural Resources Service-Parks|
|Cooperators||Cypress/Milk River District|
The Cypress Hills are the highest elevations between the Rocky Mountains and Labrador. Located on the Alberta/Saskatchewan border, they are rich in history. The Medicine Lodge Lookout was originally erected in 1967 as a 100, steel tower with a round crows nest cab. Dismantled in 1993, it was reestablished as a 20’ tower in memory of Forest Officer Thomas N. Trott.