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Upper Table Rock

White City, OR

Upper Table Rock is a 3 mile out and back trail located near White City, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

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Grizzly Peak
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1 Completed 0 Reviews

ABSOLUTELY LOVELY HIKE❤️ there was only a couple other people out on the hike which made it all the more peaceful and it was a refreshing quiet

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Grizzly Peak
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

A beautiful hike! Made the mistake of going when we thought there would be no snow, were we wrong. Had to park roadside as my car couldn't make it through the snow. Once we got to the trail start, made it to the scenic viewing area and made it just a bit further before calling it as the snow at that point was over a foot deep.

Besides some downed branches, the snow and it being chilly - i'd hike this again anyday - snow or not. Great for kids, families and everyone. Lots of photo ops but loved it because there was no one there. The silence and snow made it even better,

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Grizzly Peak
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

nice easy hike a lot of down trees with the weather we've been having beautiful views when you're not in the clouds and beautiful scenery all the way around

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Pilot Rock
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7 Completed 2 Reviews

The views are amazing!

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Wagner Butte Trail
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32 Completed 11 Reviews

beautiful view this time with a couple inches of snow.

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Grizzly Peak
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3 Completed 3 Reviews

Easy for 10 yrs old and up. Well maintained. Nice 1/2 day hike.

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Grizzly Peak
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9 Completed 1 Reviews

Do NOT take the trail on the same level as the lower parking lot. It has a sign that is marked "Loop" but it is not accurate. We trudged around there for a few hours, found a dead cow, got lost, retraced our footsteps, and eventually made our way back to the parking lot, but never found the loop (others we spoke to had the same experience). The loop trail is above the upper parking lot. We did the loop trail a few days later and it was wonderful. You start in a beautiful pine forest and by the time you reach the summit the area is more rocky and arid. The trail ascent is fairly mild. When we started it was cold and foggy (bring a sweatshirt) but the fog had burned off by the time we reached the summit revealing outstanding views--you feel like you're on top of the world!

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Grizzly Peak
by Michael Guest

11 Completed 13 Reviews

Led the RVM group here on June 17. Though the trail was clear we soon found the shrubs and trees to be covered with snow - in mid June! This a great trail for wild flowers, scores of different species in early summer, and deservedly popular. One can depend on seeing other hikers and even school groups. The lower part of the trail can be very slippery after rain. Great views unless there's smoke from wild fires.

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Grizzly Peak
by Jennifer Pratt

3 Completed 3 Reviews

We loved this hike! Amazing vistas, wild flowers and so many butterflies! We hiked it with our 8 year old son. The new growth in the burn area is amazing to see. Vultures, hawks and songbirds all enjoying the views.

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Grouse Gap
by Michael Guest

11 Completed 13 Reviews

Starts soon after milepost 7 on the Ashland Ski Road, parking on the right. Cross the road and follow the Pacific Crest Trail through the forest with occasional meadows giving views towards Mount Shasta. The trail crosses a dirt road and continues across a broad meadow, this is where the wild flowers start, for this trail is a treasure for lovers of native plants. Trail gradually climbs to a highpoint looking across a broad valley, through the trees glimpses can be had of the destination - Grouse Gap Shelter, still about a mile away. The trail traverses a large couloir crossing small contained streams eventually meeting Forest Road 20. The PCT crosses the road on its way to Siskiyou Peak, another good hike. Turn left down the dirt road for about 400 yards to the shelter which contains a good sized picnic table and a fire ring, close by is a Forest Service toilet. Note there is no water here. Return the same route for a 7.5 mile hike.

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