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Upper Table Rock

White City, OR

Upper Table Rock is a 3.4 mile out and back trail located near White City, OR that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from June until September. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Grizzly Peak Trail
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9 Completed 9 Reviews

Enjoyed the hike, pretty view. Dog friendly!

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Pilot Rock
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9 Completed 9 Reviews

I loved hiking Pilot Rock! The trail is easy, but the climb up to the summit is difficult. Do not attempt to climb Pilot Rock without proper footwear!! It is intimidating, but well worth it! The view from the top is breathtaking! Not a hike for dogs.

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Watershed Loop
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9 Completed 6 Reviews

Great ride.

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Grizzly Peak Trail
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4 Completed 4 Reviews

I'm 53 with a few medical conditions including arthritis. I managed the climb up to the summit with several stops to catch my breath. Did I mention I was over weight and out of shape? LOL

Take it steady and enjoy the hike :)

*hiking poles really help for those older and not in great shape or with medical issues*

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PCT: Or C Highway 140 near Fish Lake to Highway 138 near the Cascade Crest
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13 Completed 10 Reviews

We started at the Summit trailhead in early November and headed toward Fish Lake (opposite direction from Brown Mountain trail--both can be accessed from this trailhead). We did about 7 miles out and back. Fish Lake is 10 miles from the trailhead, so we didn't make it there. It was about 50 degrees in late morning and there was some snow along the trail. The one bridge across a creek was a little icy, but nothing too rough. There was not a super challenging elevation gain and the trail was well maintained. I'd say this portion of the trail is moderate. Perhaps the most challenging portion was a section of snowy and icy scree; just took a little concentration! :) I might have silly expectations but I didn't find this as scenic as other portions of the PCT or other trails in the area, but it was still a worthwhile hike. I imagine if we had gotten to Fish Lake, I might have felt like the goal made the journey more scenic.

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Hobart Bluff
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17 Completed 8 Reviews

Nice trail, short, but offering panoramic views of several peaks- ashland, shasta, and pilot rock. Caught a great sunset as my wife, myself, and our pup were the only ones on the trail.

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Hobart Bluff
by Gabe Trejo

3 Completed 3 Reviews

We took the Pacific crest from Green springs Rd. To Hobart bluff and it was just over 7 miles

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Wagner Butte Trail
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68 Completed 41 Reviews

Hiked this trail 3-30-2014 in the snow. It was amazing. There were times we trudged through snow that was over a foot deep. Some of the time it was snowing. Great rewards at the top with wonderful views. Also hiked this on 7-9-2014 and 5-30-2015.

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Grizzly Peak Trail
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2 Completed 2 Reviews

Easy hike, with lots of great view points along the way. It was beautiful with a mix of sun, snow, ice, and mud along the trail to the peak. However, we did meet two hunters along the path... Not sure about hunting areas, but beware.

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Grizzly Peak Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews