Near Leeds, Utah
Leed'S Reef Trail does not offer reservations through Recreation.gov. Please take a look at the area details below for more information about visiting this location. Enjoy your visit!
Recommended Users: Mountain Bikers, Hikers, Equestrians. Two-track trail. 1.44 miles in length. Difficulty: Moderate/More Difficult. To reach Leeds Reef Trail, follow White Reef Trail from the trailhead for 0.17 miles and turn right. Leeds Reef Trail parallels White Reef Trail, but offers a different experience. Whereas White Reef is comprised of soft clay soils, the upper elevation of Leeds Reef is composed of sandy/rocky loam or gravel, much more preferable for mountain biking. Like White Reef Trail, this trail offers great views of the Red Reef to the north. Unlike White Reef, the vegetation is heavier and at times the thick creosote bush reaches high overhead. The trail ends at the National Conservation Area boundary, but continues as a road heading east to the Silver Reef area. Despite the trail’s proximity to the I-15 freeway, the sound of traffic dies down quickly after leaving the trailhead. Bring your lunch and stop at the small picnic shelter just over 0.1 miles from the trailhead on White Reef Trail. Loop: For a 3.43 mile loop, follow the White Reef Trail for 0.17 miles. Turn right on Leeds Reef Trail and continue for 1.44 miles until it intersects Adit Trail. Turn left on Adit Trail and continue until it intersects with the White Reef Trail in 0.12 miles. Turn left on White Reef Trail and follow it back to the trailhead for 1.7 miles.