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Picnic tables at the 1933 Vista House offer a great place to eat a snack and enjoy the view. Pioneer Francis Cook loved the view and hoped the land would someday be a park so everyone could venture to the top. Crews from the Civilian Conservation Corps built the stone structure, now a day-use facility within the ski area.

Camp Francis Cook, a CCC outpost on Mount Spokane.  

The Great Depression brought thousands of young men to the Inland Northwest to work in the Civilian Conservation Corps. It was FDR's project to get idle young men off the street, somewhat isolated, in camps across the West, where they planted trees, built trails and shelters and other projects. About 200 camped at Mount Spokane.

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