|DOG MOUNTAIN LOOKOUT|
|R.I.P. 1931-1953; 1953-1967|
Developed with a gable-roofed L-4 cab with windows on only three sides in 1931, an L-4 cab replaced it in 1953. Both were located 1/4 mile south of the summit. In later years it was staffed by the Mt. Hood National Forest for its excellent vantagepoint across the Columbia River, but was destroyed in 1967.
|Gifford Pinchot National Forest|
|10 miles west of White Salmon|
|Skamania County, Washington|
|USGS Benchmark RC2317|
|USGS Benchmark RC2328|