USDA Forest Service
The Heybrook Lookout sits atop its namesake ridge at 1,700 feet. The lookout itself rises 67 feet above the ridgeline and provides spectacular views of breathtaking glacial peaks surrounding the valley. The first Heybrook fire lookout was a simple tent platform built in 1925. The…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Hike-InBackcountry sites.
- Firewood Available
- Water Hookups
This place is absolutely amazing. The views are outstanding as well as not too much of a difficult hike to the top. A great place to stay!
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Heybrook Lookout is located in Washington
Drive U.S. 2 for 2 miles east of the town of Index, just past milepost 37. Limited parking for the trailhead is located on the north side of the highway across from the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest sign. From the trailhead, it is a 1 mile hike to the lookout with an elevation gain of 900 feet. Tenants must climb 84 steps in order to reach the main cabin.