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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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Recent Reviews

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Grizzly Peak
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It was an easy hike. The peak was not as I expected but it is a gorgeous hike and you can see almost all the valley from the top. Definitely worth going back since it's so close to town.

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Pilot Rock
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Absolutely amazing! Been doing it for years, but the trail leading to the base of the rock has recently been redirected and vastly improved. Pretty intricate and challenging...I love it! For those who have yet to climb...please do not be intimidated. It is not a technical climb...just stay in the crevice and use the rock to push against while you shimmy up. However...I just noticed today that a section of the rock had fallen down right where you go up. I don't know if it was nature or done on purpose, but it does make a section of the ascent and descent easier. Just be a little wary, regardless. Best hike in the Rogue Valley, though, and I'm a 15 year resident. Cheers!

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Buck Prairie
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14 Completed 14 Reviews

It's accessable all year. Very popular for hunters September-December. Be cautious and wear bright colors. Lots of deer up here!

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Grizzly Peak
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3 Completed 2 Reviews

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Hobart Bluff
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4 Completed 2 Reviews

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Grizzly Peak
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

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Pilot Rock
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18 Completed 2 Reviews

The trailhead is easy to miss if you aren't paying attention. The road to the trailhead is a gravel/dirt road that winds through the Siskiyou ridges.

The trail to the base of the volcanic plug is moderate. Expect to start off in a pine forest on an ATV trail. A little ways down you will see a sign for the PCT. Follow the PCT until you come to the junction for the Pilot Rock Trail. This will lead you to the plug.

The total trip to the rock is only about a half-mile, but it can be a bit strenuous. The real challenge comes when you climb the plug to the top. There are three gaps that have to be overcome, but when you do, the rest of the climb is pretty easy.

Bring plenty of water and take your time on the Rock. The view from the top is miraculous and well worth the time given!

One of my favorite hikes in Oregon!

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Pilot Rock
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14 Completed 6 Reviews

Great hike into the clouds. Lots of wild flowers.

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Grizzly Peak
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4 Completed 3 Reviews

Great viewpoints and winding trail

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Hobart Bluff
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

Very nice trail, no poison oak ? do I believe that? I didn't see any. Loved the walk.

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