Peoh Point offers 180-degree views of the Cle Elum Valley and the Stuart range from from atop a 2000-foot cliff with very steep dropoffs. While the views are stunning, use caution at the summit.
From the parking area at the 5-way intersection, you have a couple of options. You can walk the road on the left for a 3.5-mile roundtrip hike or continue driving in that same direction. Keep left at any subsequent intersections. Whatever your method of travel, you will eventually reach a gate. If you are still driving, park here and be careful not to block it. From this point, you're less than a mile to the viewpoint.
The 3.5-mile option includes a little elevation gain, while the shorter option is mostly flat, since it is an access road for the nearby cellphone towers. To the east of the top, there is a small outcropping that's easy to reach away from the towers and a nice spot for lunch. On clear days, it'll be windy at the top, but it's possible to see I-90, Snoqualmie Pass, Cle Elum Lake, Suncadia resort, Cle Elum, Roslyn, and Thorp.
It’s a precipitous drop-off. Keep a close eye on kids and dogs.
When you are finished, return the way you came. You can add interest to the outing by driving south from the intersection where you left the car. From the 5-way intersection take the road to the south - opposite the one heading to the lookout – and wind down to Taneum Road, Thorp and I-90. The creek is pretty, there is a campground along the way, and there are some interesting basalt cliffs and a glacial moraine as you go east.
WTA Pro Tip: Central Washington University has a field trip guide of this area online.