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Table Mountain Trail receives low use and features forested paths and water.

Table Mountain Trail, a maintained trail, climbs steadily through the forest. At the northern end, it enters meadows, passes by numerous ponds and then junctions with Boundary Trail #1. The trail features numerous ponds surrounded by grassy meadows and wildlife viewing opportunities abound.

Directions: From Cougar, Follow Primary Forest Route 90 east across the forest boundary. Continue on 90 past the Lower Falls Recreation Area and the Middle Falls Trailhead to Table Mountain Trail.

Distance: 5.0 miles

Usage: Moderate

Difficulty: Moderate

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Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington

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