CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – Lower Table Rock is about four miles out and back with an elevation gain of around 800 feet.
As the hike begins, two elements immediately stick out: an abundance of wildflowers and an unwelcoming cackling sound coming from the telephone wires.
Keep trekking through because the flowers become a fixture and after a short climb on gravel, the trail becomes surrounded by trees.
The shady woods around the popular trail create a soothing breeze that makes the hike suitable for all skill levels.
The last line of defense for the trail is an elevation gain similar to the early stages and back under the sun.
However, at the top, hikers will get to see the wildflowers once again and a spectacular view from a 200-foot cliff.