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Moving Mountains

A fire lookout and telecommunications site atop Red Mountain will be relocated by 2022, according to state and federal plans. Del Norte Triplicate / Bryant Anderson
How to get closer to God is a question every culture throughout history has asked, in some form or another. How to coordinate radio, microwave and cellular signals so that we can rely on emergency responders, phones, radios and televisions is a relatively new phenomenon.

These inquiries collide on Red Mountain, a 4,200-foot peak near Klamath, where a fire lookout with 100-mile views sits alongside a steel tower transmitting communications for untold cellular customers and 12 public agencies. Largely due to the site’s sacred nature to the Yurok Tribe, the United States Forest Service mandated in 1995 that the communications hub and lookout be moved by 2022.

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