On the Wauna Point trail (Debbie Asakawa)
Trail Description Driving DirectionsHead east on the paved bicycle road from Tooth Rock Trailhead, and past the electrical substation for a quarter mile. Watch for a damaged sign and a trail heading uphill to the right. After another quarter mile, watch for another trail going off to the right, more steeply uphill. A sign states that it leads to Trail #400. This trail quickly turns into a dirt road. Turn right, going uphill. In a couple hundred yards, take Road #777, cutting left. There is no sign here. Follow this for over a mile to the old Tanner Butte Trailhead. You will see a few signs here for Tanner Butte and Wauna Point.
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- Type: Out and back
- Distance: 9.4 miles round trip
- Elevation Gain: 3380 feet
- Difficulty: Strenuous
- Family Friendly: No
- Restrooms: Yes
- Trailhead Pass: No
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