Fire towers in the area were typically built in the early 1930s to mid-1930s, and many of them no longer exist. Still existing, however, is the Hall Top Fire Tower. However, you would risk your well-being by trying to take the dilapidated stairs to the top. The road leading up is uneventful, with a few rocky sections. Turning the corner to the tower, you are more inclined to see the modern-day cell array before you get your eyes on the tower. From the base of the tower, there are no views. There's no camping along the road.
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