Elevation: 8,333 ft
This peak is not in the book. Published June 2019
Jureano Mountain is located east of Panther Creek and roughly 16.0 miles west of Salmon, Idaho. USGS Jureano Mountain
Bing Young wrote of this lookout site:
Jureano (8,345 feet) sits atop a long gentle—sloping ridge between Panther Creek and Napias Creek. There is a motorway right to the lookout site, making it very accessible. Jureano is one the the three lookouts in the Forest to have had a 70-foot steel tower which had to be used for a good view of the surrounding area. The lookout’s cabin and garage were kept below the tower which replaced an old wooden tower.
Jureano was one of the later lookouts to come to the Forest (post-1930) and has been everything from a primary lookout to an emergency lookout until it was finally abandoned. Jureano is in very good condition and it is a good lookout to visit. It is easy to get to, although caution would be in order if climbing the tower. —Salmon National Forest Fire Lookouts by Bing Young 1982, Pages 27-28
Google Maps will give you directions. From Salmon, it is 34.0 miles and a 2-hour drive. A 4WD vehicle is advised. Check with the Forest Service for current road conditions.