Upper Table Rock Trail is a 3.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near White City, Oregon that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until September.

Length3.3 miElevation gain761 ftRoute typeLoop
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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.

To reach Upper Table Rock from I-5 North out of Medford: Take the Central Point Exit (Exit 33) east about 1 mile to Table Rock Road. Turn north (left) onto Table Rock Road. Proceed 7.6 miles, passing Tou Velle State Park. Turn east (right) and continue approximately 1 mile to the signed parking lot which you will see on your left. The trail to the top of Upper Table Rock begins there. There are some basic campground-style toilets at the trailhead.

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Samantha Wade
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Adrian Broadhurst
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Pam Arbogast
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This is a favorite local hike of ours, especially on a weekday in the springtime, but on this winter weekend day, there was too much mud and too many people. The last 1/4 mile before the top is especially muddy and makes for a careful and slow descent. The loop trail on top had lots of standing water. finishing with wine tasting at Cliff Creek makes everything better tho :-)

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Paula Wilcox
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Josh Hulstein
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Shannon Modjeski
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Thomas Knez
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Paul Llanes
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Marcelle Troyna
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We just did this hike the other day 1/24/21 and it was a beautiful hike. We are from Utah and enjoyed the trees along the trail they where very unique and interesting. The hike is mostly an incline up to the top but I’m 56 and in fairly good shape but didn’t find it to hard for me. I was winded and had to stop a few times for a minute but other then that i was fine. The view of the valley at the top makes it all worth the hike!

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John Brazil
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Alissa Nelms
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Taylor Sievers
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We just went yesterday, Jan 2, 2021 and the foggy views were amazing. The trail was moderate, it was a pretty good incline throughout. The trail was fairly muddy and wet with the co start winter moisture, although it wasn’t terrible. Boots and pants did get muddy. The view at the top were amazing with the fog rolling in and out. It took us about an hour total round trip and we’d certainly do it again!

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Chris Doble
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Nice hike if not to many folks on the trail. Slippery near the last quarter mile if it has been raining recently or snow melt. Hike all the way to the end of the trails to get grand views of the valley.

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Thomas Knez
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Thomas Knez
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Thomas Knez
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Brendan Binger
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Manny Ortiz
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Thomas Knez
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Thomas Knez
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Kirsten Wolfe
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Jessica Renteria
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Definitely gave me some Hansel & Greta vibes , it was a foggy morning arrived @8 am . Super short and easy hike , was a good amount of mud .

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Louis Manning
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Jana Bedard
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Love! The autumn foliage is gorgeous and the forest part reminded me of the hundred acre wood.

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Chris Patton
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Nice trail with very cool views and unique rock formations at the top.

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Josh Hulstein
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Nicholas Warbot
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Rocky, easy to roll an ankle but it’s a good trail. Also the lollipop is basically impossible to follow. Cool views though

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Meijing Peng
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shelly 9429
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Beautiful! A lot of people, but we could all use some nature in our lives! Lovely trail. Would do again when visiting Oregon.

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Brett Rasmussen
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