Evergreen Mountain Lookout
US 206, WA 25

Lookout Details

Registry Numbers US 206, WA 25 (view other lookouts in United States, Washington)
Date Registered February 15, 1997
Nominated by Ray Kresek, Washington Registrar
Location Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Snohomish County, Washington
Coordinates N 47° 50.186' W 121° 15.824' (view using Google Maps)
N 47° 50' 11" W 121° 15' 49"
N 47.836430° W 121.263738°
Elevation 5,483 ft (1,671 m)
Administered by U.S. Forest Service
Cooperators Skyhomish Ranger District; Seattle Explorer Scouts; Seattle Mountaineers; Quest School
Available for Rental Yes, learn more


Built in 1935 by the U.S. Forest Service, Evergreen Mountain is one of only two intact historic lookouts remaining on the old Snoqualmie National Forest. The 14' x 14' L-4 ground house also saw year-round use in World War II as an Aircraft Warning Service site. It has been adopted and restored by the Seattle Area Explorer Scout Search and Rescue Group with support from the Mountaineers and Quest School. Due to road washouts, it is now accessible only by a seven-mile trail. Materials were airlifted to the site by the 141st Army Reserve Aviation Battalion.


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