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Great Views - Needs a Trailhead Sign!

We hiked in the Artist Point area on July 27, 2016. We did not want to slog through a lot of snow... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2016
Breathtaking views

I went there when it was foggy and I still loved it. would go again when the weather warms up and... read more

Reviewed 30 October 2015
Seattle, Washington
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A two-mile trail up Table Mountain offers views of several mountains and lakes.
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good31%
  • Average12%
  • Poor0%
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Glacier, WA
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Reviewed 28 July 2016

We hiked in the Artist Point area on July 27, 2016. We did not want to slog through a lot of snow so just did the short steep (for 60 year-olds) climb from the parking lot to the summit of Table Mountain. This summit is...More

Thank Richard289
Reviewed 30 October 2015

I went there when it was foggy and I still loved it. would go again when the weather warms up and the views are clear

Thank snoluxe
Reviewed 22 August 2015

I went in May 2015, the snow was piling high. The road to Artish Point was closed, only accessable by foot, but what a great hike it was to walk up, spectacular views every step of the way ! Anyone can do it, including families...More

1  Thank Jacqueline Y
Reviewed 13 August 2015 via mobile

I've never seen Table Mountain so bereft of snow. It was sad seeing it this way really. The hike was warm even at that elevation. I hope we get an early cold season and lots of snow. Our glaciers are melting! Over the ridge lies...More

Thank Nimbostratusdweller
Reviewed 15 May 2015

short hike from Artisit's Point parking lot, incredible views in all directions once on top, careful with small children as the trail is narrow in places with sharp drops

Thank Terry P
Reviewed 11 September 2014

If you park at the Artist Point parking lot, you already have a lot of altitude. That makes the climb to the the top of Table Mountain a lot more accessible. The first portion is a fairly steep climb to the top, followed by mild...More

2  Thank JollyPaul
Reviewed 13 August 2014

If you are visiting Artist's Point and want a short hike that's a little more challenging than Artist's Ridge (which is exquisite!), the hike up to the top of Table Mountain is a great trail. It is fairly short and not as steep as it...More

1  Thank SKoll
Reviewed 13 December 2013

If you want to see a good sight of the mountain, you can either hike up if you are an adventurer, or ride the cable car so you can see the whole of Glacier. When we got there, the weather was excellent at the start...More

Thank FannieJJL
Reviewed 14 August 2013

We were making our third trip up to Heather Meadows when we found out the road to Artist Point was already open. During our previous two August trips Heather Meadows was under snow and the road up was closed. At the top a ranger suggested...More

1  Thank MrHendu
Reviewed 12 December 2012

It's a short hike and the views (along the way and roaming up at the top) are quite impressive. There was still a whole bunch of snow in September. The trail is exposed with some loose rock/gravel so watch your step (and kids - they...More

1  Thank tkinor
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