We went to Lower Table Rock with 10 people starting the hike in the morning during a heat wave in July. We heard it was easy, 2 people in their 60's didn't make it, and a couple of the kids under 5 didn't make it. Those of us that made it loved it, but if it's hot, please bring plenty of water! Again, we went when it was hot and we're not a hiking group, so we heard a lot of complaints from the little ones. If we had more water, it would have been nicer for everyone.
The hike isn't really bad, just plan on a 45 minute walk on an incline (about a 6 through an 11 on a treadmill). 10 year olds and up should have NO PROBLEM. The views are great on a clear day. Bring a camera, we were lucky/unlucky enough to see a rattlesnake VERY close up (my wife almost stepped on it at the top of the mountain)...very cool.
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