Table Rock Trail #365
This trail in Monument Rock Wilderness overlooks the Little Malheur River to the south and views of the Unity area can be seen to the east.
The trail travels through an open meadow, high elevation area. Wildflowers and herds of deer and elk are the main attractions, although the Monument Rock and other rock formations are also unique.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Visitors should be prepared for rapidly changing weather conditions. Please remember that if you pack it in, please pack it out with you.|
|Restrictions:||Wilderness Regulations apply. Motorized and mountain bike use prohibited.|
|Closest Towns:||Prairie City, OR|
|Information Center:||Prairie City Ranger District|
Table Rock Trailhead: From Prairie City, OR., turn onto South Main Street. Follow South Main Street to the junction with Bridge Street. Turn left onto Bridge Street and follow past the local cemetary, the road then becomes County Road 62. Follow County Road 62 for approximately 9 miles to Forest Road 13. Follow Forest Road 13 approximately 16 miles to the junction with Forest Road 1370. Take Forest Road 1370 approximately 9 miles to the trailhead.
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The trail in the Monument Rock Wilderness travels through an open meadow, high elevation area. Hikers can connect to the old road that leads up to Table Rock Lookout, managed by the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. The trail ends at Bullrun Rock allowing hikers to view the beautiful 150 foot cliffs.
Big Game Hunting
This trail is popular during big game hunting seasons such as Rocky Mountain Elk and mule deer seasons in fall and early winter. For license and regulation information for big game hunting please visit the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Herds of Rocky Mountain Elk and mule deer are seen throughout the area. Visitors may see a wide variety of birds and smaller animals such as squirrels and chipmunks. The area has an excellent variety of wildlife.
Wildflowers are abundant along this trail during late spring and early summer.
This short trail travels into the Monument Rock Wilderness, traveling through an open meadow in a high elevation area. The area is known for it's unique rock formations.