The Table Mountain trail is a 2.8-mile, out-and-back trail located within the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington. Accessible throughout the year, the Table Mountain Trail is mostly used for hiking, nature trips, walking and hiking. Being a seasonal trail, the Table Mountain Trail is best used from July to October. Hiking on the Table Mountain Trail presents hikers with the opportunity of enjoying breathtaking sceneries including the glaciated Mt. Baker and Mount Shuksan as well as several other Northern Cascades Peaks. Broad-leaf lupines and Avalanche lilies dominate a bigger section of this trail. Since drinking water is not available on this trail, hikers should remember to carry plenty of water. Dogs are not allowed on this trail. To access the Table Mountain Trail, hikers should obtain a Recreation Pass at the trailhead.
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