Phil Brogan Viewpoint
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Volcanoguy
N 43° 54.856 W 121° 21.514
10T E 631790 N 4863660
Quick Description: This orientation table is located at the Phil Brogan Viewpoint on The Trail of the Molten Land from Lava Lands Visitor Center.
Location: Oregon, United States
Date Posted: 11/22/2011 11:04:21 AM
Waymark Code: WMD5ND
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member sfwife
Views: 4

Long Description:
From the Phil Brogan Viewpoint there are is a view across the lava flows to the High Cascades. Across the top of the sign is a profile of the Cascade crest with the major peaks labeled.
Mt. Bachelor - 9,068 ft.
Tumalo Mountain - 7,779 ft.
South Sister - 10,358 ft.
Broken Top - 9,175 ft.
Middle Sister - 10,047 ft.
North Sister - 10,085 ft.
Text from sign: “Stretching from California to Canada, the Cascade Range is part of a much greater realm of volcanoes and mountains around the Pacific Ocean known as the Ring of Fire. About 80% of the world’s large earthquakes occur along this seismic region. When combined with the potential for volcanic eruptions, scientists pay close attention to this area with the hope of warning us of potential dangers.”

Phil Brogan (1896-1983) worked for the local Bend paper, The Bulletin, for 44 years as the science reporter. He also served as the president of the Oregon Geographic Names Board for more than 20 years. Prior to the development of this viewpoint (about 1985) there was a boardwalk trail (established prior to 1972) along the base of the butte that was named the Phil Brogan Trail.
Artist / Creator:
Forest Service

Date of creation: Installed in October 2011

Location / Access:
Phil Brogan Viewpoint which is accessed via the Trail of the Molten Land from the Lava Lands Visitor Center.

Visit Instructions:
1) Tell what you experienced during your visit.

2) Proof of your visit is required. Send at least a picture of the table. Either :
- Table and landscape
- A close-up view of the table : why not with your finger showing a particular direction (your city, country, your holiday residence ...) (optional)

A photo with your GPSr is not required.
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