Trail #18 Table Mountain

Area Status: Unreachable

Table Mountain Trail #18 climbs steadily through forests and past grassy meadows with numerous ponds. It provides good opportunities to see wildlife.

From Boundary Trail #1 the Table Mountain Trail #18 descends through an area of meadows, ponds, and scattered forest. The ponds along this route are home to frogs and early season mosquitoes. Please stay on the trail. Road 9091-020 is reached after 1.5 miles. There are four more road crossings before Forest Road 90 is reached, 4 miles from the Boundary Trail.

From Forest Road 90 the trail continues southeast for about another mile to meet Forest Road 23. Across Forest Road 23, Riley Camp Trail #64 continues east into Mt Adams Wilderness.

Please practice Leave No Trace principles. Meadows are fragile, please stay on the trail.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: 2/18/2021: Trail typically melts out in late June.for information contact Mt. Adams Ranger Station509-395-3402.
Best Season: Summer- Fall
Busiest Season: Summer
Restrictions: Motorized vehicles are prohibited.
Closest Towns: Trout Lake, WA
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Mount Adams Ranger District

General Information


Access from Forest Road 90:

From Cougar, Washington drive east on Highway 503 to the Forest Boundary where it becomes Forest Road 90. Continue east on Forest Road 90 past Twin Falls Campground to the trailhead about a mile past the campground.



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  Area/Length : 
4.0 miles

  Elevation : 
3000' - 4800'


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