Upper Table Rock Trail is a 3.4 mile heavily trafficked 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 March until September.
A quick drive from Medford and a short, easy hike brings the reward of stunning, birds-eye views across the Rogue Valley in three directions from the plateau of Upper Table Rock. On a clear day, the view extends past Medford to the Siskiyou Mountains in the south, Mount McLoughlin's apparently symmetrical cone above foothills in the east, and even the Rim of Crater Lake far to the northeast.
love it. close to town quick and fun
I took my 4 year old granddaughter on this hike for her first time. She loved it. It was our first hike together. The view was beautiful and it was great family time.
Great hike with kids.
Beautiful and fun hike for all
I really loved this trip but forgot to record it (slaps forehead)
Short but steep at the beginning. Great views at the top and lots of interesting trees and shrubs n the trail. Very enjoyable trail close to Medford.
Beautiful view. Crazy how flat the top is. I love all the wild flowers, so peaceful!!!
Great hike. Trail is well maintained. We will definitely do it again.
love the hike..great veiw very peacful .... next time i will bring a trash bag to pic up after litter bugs ....U PAC IT IN U PAC IT OUT ..... SIMPLE...
Dont spoil it for others.
An intense (but fairly short) hike to the top pays off big. Lots of old growth Madrone and Manzinita. Try and go at an off time, as this is a popular hike. A beautiful place to survey the Rogue Valley on a clear day. Usually takes about 30 minutes to climb to the top at a decent pace.
Easy hike with four kids.
Great views but a bit too much traffic on the trail.
Nice easy hike, views are pretty good but there's much better ones. Easy to do for a little bit of exercise!
Great trail just watch out for poison oak!! Tough up hill run!! Amazing views at sunset from the top!
Always a great hike, but no dogs allowed. Can be very muddy in the rainy season.