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Table rock

From Oregon Hikers Field Guide

Table Rock from the Saddle Trail (bobcat)

Description

Table Rock, at 4,881 feet, is an exposed remnant of the Old Cascades jutting above the Camp Creek and Table Rock Fork of the Molalla River drainages and buttressed by sheer cliffs of lichen-splashed columnar basalt from 4 million-year-old lava flows. It is the heart of the 6,028-acre Table Rock Wilderness, administered by the Bureau of Land Management. The forest, talus slopes, and dry meadows on top of Table Rock support a diverse flora and views extend from Mount Rainier to the Three Sisters.

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