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The Table Rocks trails are some of the most highly used trails in the Rogue Valley—almost 60,000 people hike the trails to the top each year. You could be one of hundreds of hikers enjoying the wildflowers and scenic vistas on a beautiful spring day, or you could be the lone hiker on a cold, foggy winter day.
Some people like to linger and take their time getting to the top, watching for birds and identifying wildflowers on the way, while others run the trail and focus on getting a workout.
During the spring months, BLM Rangers lead large school groups on guided hikes Tuesday through Fridays, stopping often along the trail. To encounter fewer people and school groups, consider hiking in the early morning or early afternoon on weekdays.