South Table Mountain Trail is a 9.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Golden, CO that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
went to the peak of where the old tram went. Maybe 1- 2 miles.. great!
The best advice is to pick a trail and roll with it. There are a ton of unofficial trails that will take you to the top!
Do not follow the directions given by some sites to enter near the Rolling Hills County Club. Not worth it. All other access points proved to be awesome though!
Great views from up top! A very easy hike.
The trails leading up are okay, but not as beautiful as some of the other hikes in the area. You also don't get any shade.
A definite plus is that it doesn't get crowded on the weekends.
Relatively easy hike, flat once you get to the top. Great views of Golden and Denver. Be warned there is no shade so sunscreen is necessary.
Nice hike close to Denver. Nice elevation to get to the top but pretty flat once you are at the top. Great views of Golden and beyond; lots of wildflowers. Also saw 2 rattlesnakes so be careful.
South Table Mountain is nice. I live in the apartments at the base and the mesa was a deciding factor for moving there. There is an easier switch back trail behind the Camden Apartments and a more challenging "straight up" trail behind the Montrachet apartments. Once at the top, the views are pretty cool, especially at night overlooking denver metro. I've hiked in literally all weather conditions and it's been pretty fun. During the spring and summer though, watch out for the Rattlesnakes!
awesome views of downtown golden, coors brewery and downtown denver off in the distance. pretty short hike too, doesnt take too long.
Quick and easy cap to exploring Virginia Valley. Took steep alternative trail straight back to TH from stairs, super fun.
great for trail running, but keep an eye out for rattlesnakes!
A great local trail for a quick run or checking out the views of the surrounding area. On a good day, deer and raptors can be seen (and the occasional rattler).
Took my 3 yr old grandson up from Camden Denver West Side. He did great! Visiting from Alaska he drank a ton of water. we saw a coyote rabbits deer and a lot of birds. Early bird gets the worm:)
Love how close this trail is and yet you feel so far removed from everything. It was a little wet in areas, so ended up walking a few spots to try and preserve the trail.