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Munra Point

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Approaching the summit of Munra Point
Summit view NE down the Gorge. On a clear day, Mt. Adams is visible over the horizon.


Munra Point is an exposed basalt knob at the junction of three spiny ridges just west of Tanner Creek. Visible from I-84 as a green shark's fin of ridge sticking up out of the trees, the summit offers a spectactular and exposed 360 degree view up and down the Columbia River Gorge and is reached via a steep and scrambly non-maintained trail.

Munra Point is accessible year round, but is safest in dry weather. Wildflowers are present in the spring, including Yellow Fawn Lillies, Grass Widows, Gold Stars, and Larkspurs.

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