Tuolumne Table Mountain

#1 of 1 trails in Railtown 1897 State Historic Park

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Tuolumne Table Mountain is a 2.7 mile point-to-point trail located near Jamestown, California that offers scenic views. The trail is rated as moderate and primarily used for hiking & rock climbing. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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Lisa Pletcher (327)

3 Completed4 Reviews

I have been coming to this one for years. I love coming up in the spring because on the table top the wildflowers are outstanding along with the view. Hubby and I pack I light lunch and like to picnic up there. Plenty of exercise for us and our dogs. A good place to let them run off leash. We live close by and it is handy. The only drawback is the foxtails in the summer and fall.

Brandy Stubblefield (230)

7 Completed3 Reviews

Did this hike for my birthday! Breathtaking! We started from the first gate (this however was hard to find because the road you drive down says not a through road, residents only very confusing) we went in early March am the weather was beautiful 70's. at the end of the lower hike we noticed a fork in the road. We took the one to the left it was nothing but rocks covered in moss. (Had I not brought my dog we would of finished this hike too) we got to a point and looked up and people were climbing (with harnesses) the mountain. Finally we turned around and went to the right of the fork. You go UP UP UP. A lot of switchbacks but once we made it to the top it was all worth it. There were a few families with children ranging from ages 4-teens. The hike back we walked the "off-road" drive some people drove to the bottom of the hiking trail. I would take it unless you know how to drive 4x4. Some people had a blast the mud tracks were as deep as my knees! The entire hike too us 1-1.5 hours max. And we spent a good 30 min at the top enjoying the views! We will be doing this hike again. However NOT in the summer it would be way too hot and dry!

janice carabine (41)

1 Completed1 Reviews

I just moved to the area and walked this trail with my family and two young kids under 6. Although it has some hills, the young kids did great. The water was very low and the grass brown. It is very beautiful and we all enjoyed it a lot. I would do this trail again.

alexsandra garza (40)

1 Completed1 Reviews

Great trails for various fitness levels. Took my nephew, nieces, and a group of their friends and we all had a blast. I myself am not in great shape but found the lower trail perfect for my fitness level. It was challenging enough but not too rough on my knees or back. My teenage nephews went on the higher and said there were a couple of steep sections they knew I wouldn't be able to handle but they loved it themselves. Very pretty views!

Joel Battle (40)

2 Completed1 Reviews

My personal favorite spot to go for an easy hike, well worth it for the view!!

D & S K (277)

11 Completed7 Reviews

Nice two hour hike close to home. Middle part is semi strenuous, rewarded with great views of Melones Lake and the Jamestown area. The friendly horses just add to the fun.

Sara Boren (219)

7 Completed6 Reviews

Nice long flat trek through a meadow, then an increasingly steep path up to the bluffs. Halfway up the steep part is a really cool old miners cave and on the way back some friendly horses came seeking attention from us :)

Carlyn Wise (130)

3 Completed2 Reviews

This was one of my favorites. I didn't like hiking along the dirt road to the car. It's not fun to be passed by jeeps and 4 wheel drives. Next time I'll stick with the path. Climbing the mountain was easier that I thought. Lots of shade and switchbacks.

Josh Speier (429)

9 Completed6 Reviews

Becky M. (174)

This is a great trail. If you want to avoid damaging your car, park at the gate. If you have a truck with really tough tires, you can open the gate, drive through, and park at the base of the mountain by another gate. The road in-between the gates is EXTREMELY rough terrain though, and cars and trucks alike have blown tires there trying to drive between and over sharp rocks. The walk from the first gate to the second isn't that long. It's flat and scenic. If you walk along the road, you see more horses; if you take the trail to the right of the first gate, it leads you through more scenic territory. Either way is nice though. One caution--if you're going there in the summer, go early; it gets REALLY hot there in the afternoon.