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White Rocks Loop Road

Intermediate
 5.0 (1)

A fire road connector between two great loops on Antelope Island.


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2.0

Miles

3.2

KM

92%

Runnable

4,860' 1,481 m

High

4,595' 1,401 m

Low

266' 81 m

Up

194' 59 m

Down

4%

Avg Grade (3°)

18%

Max Grade (10°)

Dogs Unknown

Features Lake · Views · Wildlife

Runner Notes

This trail serves as a connector between the White Rock Loop and Split Rock Loop Trail and as an access route to Elephant Head Trail.

Description

This is a connector trail that provides access to Elephant Head Trail and Split Rock Loop Trail if you decide that the White Rock Loop isn't quite enough of a workout for you! You can connect to this trail whether you go clockwise or counter-clockwise on the White Rock Loop. Technically easy trail with some sandy spots, but no real rocks, roots, etc. Both ends of the trail do have a steep climb, with the southern end being the worst of the two ends.
About half way up the climb at the southern end, there is a single tree and a place to tie your horse (if you were on a horse - which is a common activity on Antelope Island) up to take a break and is commonly referred to as One Tree Hill.

Flora & Fauna

Common to see bison hanging out along this trail, and sometimes even blocking the trail.

Contacts

Land Manager: Utah State Parks

Shared By:

Ryan Delany

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#159

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#3,782

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Buffalo herd as seen from the White Rocks Loop Road
Apr 8, 2015 near Syracuse, UT

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