Scrambled up south ridge, class 2ish.
We hiked up the face route in 3 hours and down the huckleberry trail in about the same amount of time with an hour lunch brake on the summit. Super smokey but still a beautiful and really fun day! Super thick vegetation down low though some of the wild flowers are over 5' tall!
Easy drive from Boise, and fun hike with girlfriends.
We went up the steep route and came down Huckleberry for a nice loop. Cool sedimentary geology along the way. Gorgeous, need to spend more time in the Tetons.
Up in 3 hours with Brit while carrying 3 1/2 month old Journey Rae. Down in 1:45. Love this mountain and route...incredible stuff.
Up the steep "unmaintained" trail, down the ridge into Alaska Basin, then out the next day. Fun overnighter loop.
Skied in from the winter trailhead, shoed the rest of the way to the top. wished we had crampons/ice axe for the final push, quite icy... limited purchase with snowshoes. foggy at the top, no views, but a proper adventure. overnight on the mountain. approx 17.5 miles roundtrip via the west face trail.
Beautiful sunny day, very crowded summit. Found a nicer more secluded ledge to view the Tetons from west of the summit, then the crowds followed us there.
awesome views in every direction - spent more than two hours on summit, but had to share it with no less than 20 people. I can't think of another 11,000 peak in Tetons accessible on a day hike.
Climbed this twice, once with the old Liquor Store gang including Dr. Shultz who was already in his sixties at the time; once with my parents who both made it. The beautiful views of the mountains from the west may be the finest available from that angle.
A steep but nice hike...good to get on the Idaho side...that Death Canyon Shelf group looks even better after doing them all two days prior! Crowded hike; lots of folks from Idaho Falls come. Sick views of the Teets and the west Moran ridge group.
Wet and rainy in Teton Canyon, was glorious up on the ridge. Other climbing parties this day were denied a view of the main Teton Range due to clouds, but we had great views when we summitted!
This hike was incredible. I'd love to do it again some day.
Took co-worker on her 1st mountain. Did awesome.
Brandi did awesome!
1h30-1h40 up and less than an hour down on the excellent "unmaintained" trail. Cool views of the standard Teton peaks and western table-lands. Trip report.
Rainy Labor Day weekend kept us off the rock, but turned out to be a good thing. Had the face trail all to ourselves. Momentary view of the Grand. Awesome Hike!
Up the face trail down the N. Fork, clouds broke just long enough to see the Grand. Highly recommended! Nice off day hike with my awesome wife!
We did it!!! For at least a decade my wife and I have been wanting to hike Table Rock mountain. This summer we had the right circumstances to be able to do the hike. And I'm so glad that we did.
We had a fun time and were glad to have our sister-in-law join us.
Once we made it to the top, we had lunch and sat enjoying the view of the majestic Tetons. Yeah, and Frank the rock chuck was hanging around so he could beg some food... but left in a start empty handed.
Hiking on a early July day was sure different from the late November snowfall that I hiked in the last time that I made it to the top of Table Rock.
We climbed up the West Face trail and then went down the Huckleberry Canyon trail. The views on top are some of the most magnificent I have ever seen of the Teton Range. Just incredible!
Met up for a last-minute backpacking trip with a buddy from Driggs and we got after Table via a pretty cool offtrail route from Alaska Basin.