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Grid Square DN14

This page - Sturgill Peak - Hawley Mtn - Squaw Butte

Potential VHF rover sites in Idaho's grid DN14. Be careful.
This grid square spans two states. See also Oregon DN14.
DN14 dimensions are 98.6 by 69.2 miles.
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Sturgill Peak, DN14mo68

Latitude Longitude
44.620137 -116.943271
Map Location Near city of Weiser, Washington County, OR, Altitude 7589
Map See Google map, Bing map, Mapquest, OpenStreetMap, Beam heading

Last update: 2015-06-17
Comments by: Mike KD7TS

Hawley Mtn, DN14xa83

Latitude Longitude
44.013126 -116.013522
Map Location Near city of Garden Valley, Boise County, OR, Altitude 4000
Map See Google map, Bing map, Mapquest, OpenStreetMap, Beam heading

Last update: 2015-03-05
Comments by: Barry K7BWH

Hawley Mtn is in the SE corner of DN14, and offers DN24 a quarter mile east.

Squaw Butte, DN14ta17

Latitude Longitude
44.032700 -116.407600
Map Location Near city of Emmett, Gem County, ID, Altitude 5874
Map See Google map, Bing map, Mapquest, OpenStreetMap, Beam heading

Last update: 2003-01-06
Source: Lynn N7CFO PNW Rover Locations DN14
Comments by: Lynn N7CFO

This is a Forest Service fire lookout location.

Driving directions: From Emmett, head north on Hwy. 52
- Staying northbound on Van Dussen Road from a 4-way intersection where Hwy 52 heads east
- At about 5 miles, turn right (east) on Butte Road
- Road is gravel the rest of the way to the summit
- At about a mile, you'll turn left (north) and skirt around the west side of the butte
- Head up a washboarded ravine, eventually topping out in a saddle
- There are two summits that can be reached from here, both approximately the same elevation about 1/2 mile apart
- The more southerly summit is home to a BLM fire lookout station that is staffed in the summer
- Both summits are antenna- and repeater-laden

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