I am going to be a Forest Service Fire Lookout on Sheep Hill in Idaho this summer!
Sheep Hill is pretty remote. First, you get to Elk City ID, by driving forever and three days along the south Fork of the Clearwater River, east out of Grangeville (which is southeast out of Lewiston). When you get to Elk City, you drive forever and six days out along the Magruder Corridor--a primitive? rustic? but maintained--dirt road that cuts between the Selway-Bitteroot Wilderness to the north and the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness to the south on its way over to Darby, Montana. An aside: a couple of summers ago, when my brother was working out in this area, they came across a dad and son. Dad asked something about how long the road is. Tim answered that it goes all the way to Montana. Kid pipes up: Montana? That's the land of sheep fuckers! After you've driven your six days along the road to the Land of Sheep Fuckers, you get out and hike south into the Frank Church-River of No Return, 12 miles along a ridgeline, until you arrive at Sheep Hill Lookout.
For your viewing pleasure, I have created a Google Map of the region. You should be able to click on it and then zoom in and out and get all interactive and stuff. Hopefully I did alright, it was my first try. It refuses to re-locate to the middle of the page. Sorry for the lack of eye-appeal.
View Sheep Hill Lookout in a larger map
There is also a great profile of Sheep Hill on SummitPost's website, with lots of photos and information. It can be viewed here.