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Munro Trail

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7wonderstraveler wrote a review Mar 2020
Hugo, Minnesota906 contributions190 helpful votes
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This hike is supposed to be 12.3 miles and by the time we were done it was 19 miles! The trail is by the cemetery behind Koele Lodge. The signs point to Koloiki Ridge Trail so we knew that was a branch off trail from the Munro. However, there were many different trails without signs! We had to hike the Koloiki Ridge since we were here so we did that and we were not disappointed. We now had to find the Munro Trail and we finally found it at 1:30. We saw a sign as we walked about 800 meters so we knew we were finally on it. It’s just a 4x4 road and now that I did the whole thing I would tell people it was very boring! There was a lot of cloud cover so we didn’t see much and the last 4 miles were very long and boring. I would suggest the Koloiki Ridge Trail. The Munro Trail is off limits to vehicles so that is the one nice thing about the trail. I wouldn’t want to hike and share the road with off road vehicles.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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heatherpY616ES wrote a review Sep 2019
Seneca, Illinois83 contributions5 helpful votes
Larry Ellis has now banned vehicles up the trail. Must either bike or hike. Worth it to hike. If you don't have the time to do entire trail there is a lookout about 2.5 miles up.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Bearwood wrote a review Sep 2019
Carmel, Indiana14 contributions4 helpful votes
We did not get to do the whole trail. They had it closed for maintenance about 1/2 the way up. What we did see was beautiful. The road is unsaved, rutted, and very rocky. A 4-wheel drive is definitely needed. Had a good time.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Mark S wrote a review Feb 2019
Corrales, New Mexico3,240 contributions306 helpful votes
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We had never done the whole drive due to spotty weather and road conditions, this year we got lucky! Our Jeep rental guy came with and said, "Why not?". Good Jeep skills needed, but fun. Windy but spectacular, sights most don't get to see. Views from the top of the world show just what a pretty island this is. A special day we will remember forever! If you get the chance, DON'T pass this up!! Thanks MikeE!!!!!
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Date of experience: January 2019
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lindsey_reid1 wrote a review Jul 2018
Utrecht, The Netherlands38 contributions13 helpful votes
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Absolutely fantastic views after a steep climb, makes the Monroe Trail absolutely a must. We came across virtually noone on our way. From first viewpoints could see Mauri & Molokai islands. Next picnic spot down to the sea on the other side, then Lanai city & ending in the Caldera on the road to the Harbour. Moderate walk, about 6 hours unhurriedly walking 🚶‍♀️
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Date of experience: July 2018
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