A distinct volcanic plug located on the southwest side of Garibaldi Lake. The landform of the Table, formed when lava intrudes a glacier from underneath, is called a tuya. Similar features occur in the far northwestern part of BC. The flat topped table shape and steep sides are characteristic of the landform. It's very difficult to climb because of near-vertical sides and very loose rock on all sides. It probably hasn't seen more that a handful of ascents.