"This one-way shuttle hike combines the previous three trails into one hike—the Table Rock Trail, the Palisades Trail, and the Historic Oat Hill Mine Road. The hike follows a fantastic route along volcanic cliffs, known as the Palisades, on the east side of Robert Louis Stevenson State Park. The trail in considered to be one of the best in the area. The hike begins at the park’s main parking area at the summit of Highway 29 and travels 10.6 miles southward to Calistoga, less than a half mile from downtown. Highlights of the trail include gardens of lava rock, volcanic cliffs, the Bear Rock Overlook, Garnett Creek, Table Rock, Lasky Point, a rocky grotto, and the old Holm’s Place homestead. Table Rock sits at the head of Garnet Canyon at an elevation of 2,462 feet. There are great views that span from the Sonoma coastal ranges to Napa Valley. After Holm’s Place, the trail follows an old mine road from 1893. Wagon wheel ruts are still visible in the rockbed. Although the trail begins at the high end of the route and loses elevation, the hike is still quite strenuous. The trail leads though a dry, sun-exposed landscape and requires ample drinking water"