The Ochoco Mountains are a mountain range in central Oregon in the United States, located at the western end of the Blue Mountains. They were formed when Permian, Triassic, and Jurassic rocks were slowly uplifted by volcanic eruptions to form the Clarno Formation. Today, the highest point in the range is Lookout Mountain. The dominant vegetation on the west side of the range is old-growth ponderosa pine; on the east side, western juniper is common. The western area of the mountains is administered by the Ochoco National Forest, while the southeastern section is part of the Malheur National Forest. The Ochoco Mountains are used for hiking, camping, bird watching, rockhounding, and hunting, as well as cross-country skiing in the winter.
There's a trail leading to the summit.
By elevation Lookout Mountain is
# 1 out of 244 in the Ochoco Mountains # 1 out of 71 in Ochoco National Forest # 1 out of 163 in Crook County
By prominence Lookout Mountain is
# 1 out of 244 in the Ochoco Mountains # 1 out of 71 in Ochoco National Forest # 36 out of 4749 in Oregon # 1 out of 163 in Crook County # 12 out of 2184 in the Columbia Plateau
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