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    Steptoe Butte State Park - photo by Louis Tam





    Steptoe Butte is a quartzite island jutting out of the silty loess of the Palouse hills in Whitman County, Washington, in the northwest United States. The 3,612-foot butte is preserved as Steptoe Butte State Park, a publicly owned 150-acre recreation area located 12 miles north of Colfax.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartyiak View Post
    Except when it's -1.
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    Love it there when the falls freeze over. Damn I miss Ithaca so much sometimes.

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    Never get tired of seeing the grand dame




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    Have a friend who grew up here. Says he'd move back in a heartbeat if his wife would agree but she's a small town EWA girl (Dayton, WA) and loves the big city.

    Some other friends of mine make the trip up here every year from UT to spend a week on houseboats.





    #201 - Drive the scenic 'million dollar mile' located north of Sun Lakes Resort, Coulee City, Wa on Hwy 155. Portions of the highway were carved through the rugged basalt rock walls that make up the scablands of eastern WA. The mile long passageway brings you up from the floor of the Grand Coulee, to the top of the Coulee wall then back down again offering one of the most scenic views of the Coulee Corridor. It's called the 'million dollar mile' because of the huge price tag that came with its construction in 1948. (Photo by John Marshall)
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    Just got back from a week with boy scouts in central Cascades near Lyman Lakes. Love that area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Never get tired of seeing the grand dame




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    Where is this view from KQ? Is it a hike you did?

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    ^^^ Hhhmmm, itís from here, I think:
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtngirl79 View Post
    Where is this view from KQ? Is it a hike you did?
    I didn't take it. It by Tom Thomas from sun top lookout (photog erroneously list it as "fire top lookout." I have been to this and several other lookouts around Rainier and throughout the Cascade range. I've always thought it would be a cool job.







    You can see the rest of Rainier's Fire lookouts here and these are some other iconic fire lookouts in Washington.




    Quote Originally Posted by plugboots View Post
    ^^^ Hhhmmm, it’s from here, I think:
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    I didn't take it. It by Tom Thomas from sun top lookout (photog erroneously list it as "fire top lookout."





    You can see the rest of Rainier's Fire lookouts here and these are some other iconic fire lookouts in Washington.






    Love it!
    I highly recommend volunteering to stay there overnight.

    Grill meat, drink beer and play cribbage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    Just got back from a week with boy scouts in central Cascades near Lyman Lakes. Love that area.


    Beautiful. Thanks for sharing!
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    Scenic Washington!

    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    Just got back from a week with boy scouts in central Cascades near Lyman Lakes. Love that area.
    Are the first 2 shots Phelps Basin?




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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Are the first 2 shots Phelps Basin?




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    First is the runoff from Bonanza near Hart Lake second is Phelps Basin.

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    Looking good Phatty. Fond memories of the loop my kids and I did Spider Meadows/Lyman/Cloudy Pass/Image lk/Buck Creek.
    Move upside and let the man go through...

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    Heading to Phelps basin/Spider gap tomorrow with the dog. Stoked


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    Typical Eastern Washington trail head
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mofro261 View Post
    Looking good Phatty. Fond memories of the loop my kids and I did Spider Meadows/Lyman/Cloudy Pass/Image lk/Buck Creek.
    We did that loop with our 12yo scouts 4yrs ago (with side trip up 7 Finger Jack). Such a great hike. I could spend weeks out there without getting bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    We did that loop with our 12yo scouts 4yrs ago (with side trip up 7 Finger Jack). Such a great hike. I could spend weeks out there without getting bored.
    Did that 7 finger jack once. Talk about a workout. I donít think thereís one switch back.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
    Heading to Phelps basin/Spider gap tomorrow with the dog. Stoked
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    No pictures because I was doing 85 .. but watching fire tankers dropping west of highway 82 was pretty damn cool this afternoon.

    Hope it rains this summer.

    Maybe belongs in the top gun thread?
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    Adorable & scenic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KQ View Post
    Adorable & scenic!
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    Is that beast off leash?
    ďI have a responsibility to not be intimidated and bullied by low life losers who abuse what little power is granted to them as ski patrollers.Ē

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    I let him off leash until I hear a marmot squeak, he takes off after them and if he actually cornered one Iím sure the marmot would fuck him up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AK47bp View Post
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    Such a great spot. Looks like a good time was had.

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