Munra Point, Oregon

Hike

5 mile round trip to the top of Munra Point back to the parking area at Wahclella/Tanner Creek.
Unmaintained trail with very steep & exposed cliffs!

Munra Point is an impressive knife-edge ridge line that separates Tanner Creek and Moffet Creek while overlooking Bonneville Dam. Facing the Columbia River to the north from Munra point Wahclella Falls pushes through tall basalt walls deep in Tanner Creek to the east and Moffett Creek pours down on the west.

The trail up to Munra Point is steep with a lot of exposed cliffs. Extra caution and steady foot work is required here
The trail up to Munra Point is steep with a lot of exposed cliffs. Extra caution and steady foot work is required here
The first view point on the way up.
The first view point on the way up, looking west towards Moffett Creek.
North Bonneville & Hamilton Creek across the Columbia River
North Bonneville & Hamilton Creek across the Columbia River
Knife-edge ridge line
Knife-edge ridge line
Looking down into Tanner Creek
Looking down into Tanner Creek
End of the trail
End of the trail

Other Hikes nearby Oneonta Gorge

Wahclella Falls / Tanner Creek

Eagle Creek

Multnomah Creek

Lower Bridal Veil Falls

Middle Bridal Veil Falls

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