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Robert Louis Stevenson State Park: Table Rock to Palisades Spur:

This spur trail, solely used by hikers, is a challenging, often overgrown trail over steep, rocky terrain.
6miles

6 miles one-way (10.5 miles one way when combined with Lower Oat Hill Mine Trail); car shuttle possible

DIFFICULTY: Difficult

From: CA 29 in Calistoga (5.9 miles north of Tubbs Lane)

To: Lower Oat Hill Mine Trail in Calistoga

This spur trail, solely used by hikers, is a challenging, often overgrown trail over steep, rocky terrain. The views are spectacular and it’s a unique experience, particularly at Table Rock, to be up close to the volcanic mountains. Most trail users do a one-way trip from the CA 29 Trailhead near Mount St. Helena to the Lower Oat Hill Mine trailhead, instead of the reverse, because the 3,200-foot elevation change is far easier as a descent. Try to do this hike between April and June, when the wildflowers are blooming.

Elevation Gain/Loss 1,280 feet/1,410 feet one-way

This trail description is an excerpt from our new 2019 edition of the Guidebook. If you would like more detailed information including trailhead locations and color maps, buy the book today from Wilderness Press.

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