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Nice quick hike

Nice hike that is close in to Medford. Easy to get to and good place for a last minute decision... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
IUFan916
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Medford, Oregon
Excellent easy hiking experience

Both of the Table Rock hikes (Upper and Lower) are easy to moderate hikes, lasting between 45 and... read more

Reviewed October 2, 2018
395rocky
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Medford, Oregon
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice hike that is close in to Medford. Easy to get to and good place for a last minute decision. Nice views of the valley but be sure to go on a clear day.

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Reviewed October 2, 2018

Both of the Table Rock hikes (Upper and Lower) are easy to moderate hikes, lasting between 45 and 90 minutes depending upon your fitness level. I have hiked both trails dozens of times over the course of decades and have enjoyed every hike, no matter the time of year. Highly recommended for family hikes. Remember to wear layers and take water.

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Reviewed August 27, 2018

We hiked Upper Table Rock in late June. It is considered a moderate hike and with my knee issues, I easily, but slowly, hiked the trail and around half of the plateau. A beautiful view of the surrounding valleys and Mt. McLaughlin. It is well worth the effort. We arrived at the trailhead about 7 AM and made it back around 12:30, with plenty of breaks. Make sure to take water and a few snacks...and don't forget your camera.

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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

Actually did this hike in Mar 2017. Spring time is best, before it gets too hot and the rattlesnakes come out! They are definitely here.

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Reviewed July 18, 2018

I hiked Lower Table Rock as a solo female, and had such a great experience! I was there somewhat early in the morning over Memorial Day weekend and while I encountered a few other people, the trail definitely was not crowded. I didn't see too much in the way of wildlife, but there were a few different kinds of lovely flowers. The trail is incredibly well-maintained and hiking boots really aren't necessary--sturdy running shoes worked fine. The incline is somewhat steep in the middle, and might be tough for a person who is very out-of-shape. I admittedly don't exercise regularly at all but I'm relatively petite so didn't find it hard to haul myself up the slope. I encourage hikers to continue past the "boardwalk" at the top in order to see the most spectacular views. Note - dogs are not allowed on this trail as there is a protected grassland on top of the rock.

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Reviewed July 9, 2018

We have only hiked Upoer Table Rock and the view is spectacular! Well worth it! There are several steep and rocky spots, but they can be comfortably maneuvered. It had snowed prior to us going, but after it was melted, the trail was a bit slippery. There are many that go alone on this trail.

Thank GerriR9
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Reviewed June 24, 2018 via mobile

If you are out of shape, just know that this hike is NOT a "cakewalk". But the views are stunning when you get to the top. Nring plenty of water and maybe a snack so you can spend time at the top but be warned...no . And there is enough traffic to make it harder for a female to find a private area. I'm glad I did the hike and I'll do it again.

Thank jostellard
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Reviewed June 23, 2018 via mobile

Either upper or lower table rock are accessible by well-maintained trails. Both are moderate to easy hiking trails with parking at the trail head. For our dog loving folks, Roger needs to stay at home. Dogs are prohibited, on the trails and the surface of the mesa. Restrooms are the only services provided.

Thank Rich S
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Reviewed June 20, 2018 via mobile

The hike up Upper Table Rock is not dangerous but the grade and switchbacks will burn your legs and lungs. The trail is shaded for much of the way, which is nice because it gets warm. I enjoyed the plateau the most, for its view farmland and river, plus majestic Mt McGrath off in the distance.

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Reviewed June 18, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful early morning hike and back at trailhead about 10:30 a.m. ( when the crowds started rolling in on a Sunday morning).
3.5 hours round trip and a reasonable pace. Great views of Rogue Valley.

Thank Grace G
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