Munra Point via George Trail [CLOSED]

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Munra Point via George Trail [CLOSED] is a 4.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Cascade Locks, Oregon that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from April until November.

Distance: 4.7 miles Elevation Gain: 2,109 feet Route Type: Out & Back

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forest

river

views

wild flowers

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muddy

over grown

rocky

scramble

washed out

closed

off trail

no dogs

NOTE: This trail is currently closed due to fire damage. John B. Yeon Scenic Corridor is open ONLY to the paved sections of the Historic Highway State Trail. The trails to Elowah, Upper McCord etc. remain closed at this time due to the Eagle Creek Fire. Please check park website for the most up-to-date information: https://oregonstateparks.org/index.cfm?do=parkPage.dsp_parkPage&parkId=114 The beginning of the hike is easy, until you get to the turnoff point to go up the hill to Munra Point. At this point you will be hiking up a steep and rocky hill, and will need to use caution as injuries and fatalities have occurred. Expect a long and narrow path ahead until you reach the top. There might be a lot of times when you are using your hands to climb up the rugged trail. The view is amazing beyond belief and is worth the hike. This hike is for experienced hikers or thrill seekers looking for a challenge.

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17 days ago

Went on a rainy day. don't recommend that. constant supply of kisses necessary. trail difficult to find in some places but manageable. Had to climb over fallen trees and wade way through branches and thorns. Dress to get dirty. will be on all fours. Very steep. do not go alone. very rewarding scramble to the top though.

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scramble
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1 month ago

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muddy
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washed out
2 months ago

This hike is So rewarding once you get to the top! I wouldn’t recommend it if you are not a fan of heights though. There is only one trail sign that starts the path, which is straight up until you reach the top. You have to use all fours in some places but it’s worth the experience. And be prepared to get dirty. Note: I did this hike before the fires.

hiking
2 months ago

Steep scramble at the end but worth it!

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scramble
2 months ago

So I did this hike today. First of all it’s very overgrown. There are vines and fallen down trees all over the trail. It’s really hard to find the path at times. We actually ended up bushwhacking for 30 extra minutes until we found the trail. Before you reach the bend that starts taking you up into the mountains there is a sign that says area closed. PAY ATTENTION: this is where the trail goes up. It’s hard to find but look closely you’ll find it. We completely missed it and ended up on a cliff side. If you like clean, well maintained trails this isn’t for you. It’s been closed for a while so it hasn’t been maintained. I absolutely loved it though and the views were amazing. No one goes up there since it’s closed so make sure you grab a partner to hike. Dangerous hike, a lot of loose terrain so you don’t want to get hurt up there alone. Highly recommend if you’re up for a challenge.

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blowdown
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washed out
4 months ago

Super overgrown in many places after 2 years of no maintenance. Hard to find trail at times. Still worth doing for the views.

hiking
6 months ago

Steep scramble at the end but worth it. Wish it were open but alas maybe next year?

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