Lower Table Rock Trail is a 2.9 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Central Point, Oregon 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.
Amazing, today was a foggy day, despite the weather we decided to adventure this hike and probably it was the most beautiful day Mother Nature had to offer, the whole valley was under the fog and from the top the view was incredible.
Good up and down trail. In Winter can have glaciation, especially on the lower portion. Nice views of Upper Table Rock, Mt. McLaughlin and Rogue Valley. Lots of water and ice on top in Winter, but can follow the main path across the top for viewpoints.
Good quick hike. Have to go out to the edge and get the best view!
Amazing hike! I hiked it in the rain and it was very therapeutic. Loved it! I wouldn't say it was "easy level" but definitely one of my favorites so far.
Some of the best views of the Rogue Valley
Moderate hike with great views. Mostly forested on the way up but open on top. Saw quite a few families hiking too.
It is beautiful here. But it is not a easy hike. It is worth the hike. But not that easy.
Great hike. Trail is well maintained. Great views!
This trail is good for all levels, better to hike it early morning & it provides 3 or 4 sturdy benches about every 20 mi utes along the way for 1st time & Senior hikers. Dont forget BRING WATER along your hikes. The grades on this trail are just challenging enough both hiking up or down the Lower Table Rock.