White Reef/Leeds Reef Loop

An easy, 3.5 mile, loop hike can be taken out of the White Reef trailhead that includes the White Reef and Leeds Reef trails.  The trails are almost entirely on old, 2-track, dirt roads with a total up and down elevation change of about 900 feet with the highest point being about 275 feet higher than the trailhead. The White Reef trail winds through a draw between the two reefs and the Leeds Reef trail runs along the top of one reef for about a mile before it drops down into a draw as it approaches the White Reef trail junction. The White Reef trail provides good views of the reefs and nearby scenic red-rock mountains while the Leeds Reef trail has excellent views of all the area’s exceptional terrain.  The loop lies entirely within the Red Cliffs NCA managed by the Bureau of Land Management and is open to hikers, bikers and equestrians but is closed to motor vehicles.

BLM website for White Reef

BLM website for Leeds Reef

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