The summit offers a vista of the White Mountains spanning as far as Mount Prindle which is a granitic mountain in the Yukon-Tanana Upland. On clear days you may even see parts of the gorgeous Alaska Range.
The trail is a moderate climb to the top with chances of seeing wildlife such as hawk owls, moose, bears just to name a few (please note no guarantee).
In 2004, 6.6 million acres burnt in the state of Alaska. It is to date the largest fire recorded. The trail winds through and along burnt spruce trees which are still towering high over the valley. This experience will give you an idea of the fires magnitude and the many years it has taken for the ecosystem to recover.
Once we reach top of Table Top Mountain you will be treated to a magnificent and breathtaking panorama. Its the perfect place to rest and take pictures and do some exploring.
This is not a physically demanding or strenuous hike.