TABLE MOUNTAIN TRAIL
"This trail gives good access to the upper end of the East Fork Canyon Creek Trail #211 and allows relatively good access to the Wall Creek drainage in the Strawberry Mountain Wilderness.
There is plenty of parking space at the trailhead, with tie stalls for horses available. Stock water is located northeast of the trailhead, approximately 1/4 mile on Forest Service road 651."-USDA
Open: May to November
Length: 2.8 miles and more if you continue to climb to the lake or the waterfalls.
Elevation: 5200 FEET to 6800 FEET
From the town of John Day travel
south on Hwy 395 to County Rd.
65. Follow County Rd. 65 approximately 6 miles turn left onto
Forest Rd. 651 and proceed approximately 3 miles to the trailhead.
For more information please visit the USDA's official website.
Table Mountain Trail offers hikers both single and multi day hiking choices. For a
great single day hike, follow the trail to it’s
connection with the East Fork of Canyon
Creek Trail #277. For multiday hiking there
are many great choices. Connect to either
the Canyon Mountain Trail #218 or Pine
Creek Trail #201 which in turn connects to
many other trails. If you are going to build
a campfire please stay 100 ft. from water
sources and use existing fire rings.