Explore the most popular views trails in Upper Stevens Creek County Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

great views. minimum 4 ltrs water. no cellphone signal. must have poles. you need a day to chillax after it. overall, lovely and tough.

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8 months ago

Good hike with 2 streams (same stream 2 crossing points). Shaded on most parts and last mile of uphill had me huffing and puffing. Had it not been for the streams I'm not sure I'd do it again as there weren't spectacular views at the top of table top. Parking is right next to the trail head.

Mature redwood and douglas fir trees provide excellent shade cover in this beautiful hike that involves two creek crossings (no bridge). Ideally done in late spring - fall (before rainy season), be prepared for trail closures after good rains when the creek flows in force. With 2100 feet elev gain, this is an excellent workout too.

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