Clear Lake Cabin Lookout is a popular Oregon State Camping spot suitable for activities such as picnicking, wildlife viewing, sightseeing, skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, fishing, hiking, hunting, bird Watching and much more. Clear Lake Cabin Lookout is located in Portland, OR region close to Government Camp OR in Clackamas County, Oregon. Clear Lake Cabin Lookout has the GPS coordinates: 45.14944, -121.71611. In addition to Clear Lake Cabin Lookout’s amazing beauty and natural history, Clear Lake Cabin Lookout is an ideal getaway for families who enjoy the great outdoors in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Clear Lake Lookout sits at the 4454 foot elevation on FS road 42-240 spur. Clear Lake Lookout is a winter sport enthusiast’s dream. Enjoy cross-country skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobiling. The cabin is atop a 40 foot tower and is surrounded by a wooden catwalk. The 14 x 14 foot room is furnished with a small, single bed, a wood stove for heating, and a table and chair, and is equipped with a propane cook stove and a solar lighting system. There is no water on site. An outhouse is located near by, as well as a shed stocked with firewood.
Before visiting Clear Lake Cabin Lookout you should contact the local agency for more information. The Direction to Clear Lake Cabin Lookout and weather information can be found by clicking on the Driving Direction link and Weather link in the article. Visitors who have visited Clear Lake Cabin Lookout are encouraged to post reviews of the Clear Lake Cabin Lookout and images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Wildlife Viewing
- Bird Watching
- Picnic Area
- Picnic Tables
The time frame for skiing into Clear Lake Lookout is approximately 3 hours. BE PREPARED for EXTREME WEATHER CONDITIONS. This is a good ski for moderate skiers. Please call Barlow Ranger District Office at 541-467-2291 for combination, 4 days prior to your arrival.
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How to get Clear Lake Cabin Lookout:
Check your map to locate the normal access beginning at the junction of Hwy 26 and FS road 42, Skyline Sno-park. Proceed on road 42 to the 240 spur road and on to the lookout. The evelation climb is about 900′.