September 4, 1940: “Norman Knudsen returned Wednesday from Berray mountain where he has been on lookout duty.” (The Sanders County Independent-Ledger)
September 1, 1949: "Clarence A. Wilson, who is the lookout on Berray mountain, spent a few days at home the past week." (Sandpoint News-Bulletin)
1965: 30' TT R-6 flat tower. (Kresek)
September 10, 1970: "Jack Graeber of Berray Mountain will be coming down on September 8. Mr. Stoleson, Noxon Ranger, hopes that there will be no need to replace him at that time." (Sandpoint News Bulletin)
August 16, 2015: "The lookout at Berray Mountain is still intact and the radio repeater is still functional." (Kootenai National Forest news release)
The NGS Data Sheet
DESCRIBED BY US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1966 STATION IS LOCATED ABOUT 8.5 MI. NE. OF HERON, SANDERS COUNTY, MONTANA, AND ABOUT 10.5 MI. NNW. OF NOXON, SANDERS COUNTY, MONTANA, ON THE HIGHEST PART OF BERRAY MOUNTAIN IN THE NE. CORNER OF THE NW. ONE OF FOUR CONCRETE BASES FOR OLD LOOKOUT TOWER LEGS, 33 FT. N. AND 14.8 FT. W. OF THE CENTER OF A NEW LOOKOUT TOWER.
THE STATION WAS REACHED BY HELICOPTER, BUT CAN BE REACHED BY PACKING FROM THE BULL RIVER HIGHWAY.
STATION MARK--STANDARD USGS ALUMINUM TABLET STAMPED---BERRAY ET 1966--- AND CEMENTED IN THE TOP OF A 2 FT. SQUARE CONCRETE TOWER BASE PROJECTING 1.3 FT.