Table Top

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Prepare yourself for the views from the top! Table Top takes you south off of Mill Creek Road and runs along a breathtaking ridge with multiple breaks in the trees to take in the view. Coming down off the 10,614 feet summit, you'll have a spur to check out Lym Lake before heading down and connecting to FR061, which you can take north to connect back to Mill Creek Road. This route gets tight, so full-sized trucks are not recommended. Don't be surprised to run into other OHVs on the trail, so keep your ears and eyes open. Dispersed campsites are sprinkled throughout though most are small, not group sites. This area has a propensity for heavy rain, and substantial mud puddles are likely. Stop by the National Forest kiosks and purchase your recreation pass. A 3-Day pass is only $6 and helps support the management agency's work in the Uinta Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Check for seasonal closures! This area is accessed via the Mirror Highway, which is gated in the winter due to high snow accumulation. The state does not plow north of Soapstone Basin on the highway to nearly Wyoming.