Table Top Mountain Trails - A good day trip
Approximately 72 miles away north of Fairbanks, on Steese highway to Nome Creek Rd/US Creek Road is where the Table Top Mountain Trails start. It's a good day hike and drive if you want to enjoy the scenery and the nature.
|Almost to the top|
|A scenic drive on Nome Creek/US Creek Road|
|View of Table Top Mountain|
|View of Table Top Mountain through burnt trees|
|Table Top Mountain is in White Mountain which is a Federal land managed by Bureau of Land Management. There are several activities the White Mountains has offer. White Mountains|
|The Table Top Mountain trail map. It's a loop trail, a 3 mile hike and a moderate climb.|
|The trail winds through burnt and charred spruce trees|
|A great place to go wild Alaskan blueberry picking|
|It was a cloudy day and when we reached almost to the top, the temperature dropped. It was too cold for me to continue, so we decided to head back down.|
|View of the valley from the top|
|Old tailing files from the gold dredge that went through the valley|
This hike was taken awhile back. We still have our dear dog Abby. Hopefully this summer we get to go there again and with our son Alan.
|Table Top Mountain Trails 72 miles from Fairbanks|
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