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Difference between revisions of "Gorge-Munra Point Trail Junction"

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[[Image:MunraPointJct2.jpg|thumb|400px|This is your only evidence of the start of the Munra Point trail ''(Steve Hart)'']]
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[[Image:Junction with Munra Point Trail, Gorge 400 Trail.jpg|thumb|400px|The current closure sign at the beginning of the Munra Point Trail ''(bobcat)'']]
[[Image:MunraPointJct1.jpg|thumb|250px|The start of the trail ''(Steve Hart)'']]
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[[Image:MunraPointJct2.jpg|thumb|250px|This was the only sign that marked the start of the Munra Point Trail before it was closed to the public ''(Steve Hart)'']]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 03:19, 6 April 2021

The current closure sign at the beginning of the Munra Point Trail (bobcat)
This was the only sign that marked the start of the Munra Point Trail before it was closed to the public (Steve Hart)

Description

This is a trail junction near the freeway. Gorge Trail #400 continues its noisy route to the east and west. The unmaintained Munra Point Trail heads up the mountain to the south. Since the 2017 Eagle Creek Fire, the trail and the whole backcountry area around Munra Point have been closed to the public.


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