Reed Reef Trail
Red Reef Trail is a highly trafficked, popular hike that leads to pools of water after meandering through vermillion canyons. The sandy hike encapsulates Southern Utah beauty and showcases rock formations, desert plants, and a water oasis at the end. Be prepared to scale rocks with the assistance of a rope if you choose to ascend and climb past the little waterfall!
Red Reef Trailhead, Hurricane, UT 84737
Use this map to reach the trailhead.
**Important Information: **
- This out-and-back trail is rated as easy and is 1.44 miles. It takes roughly 1 hour to complete.
- There are public restrooms at the trailhead, but not along the trail.
- Dogs are welcome on this hike and must be on a leash.
- Bikes and horses are not allowed on this trail.
- There is no fee for the hike itself, but there is a $5 day use fee for parking in the Red Cliff Recreation Area.
- There is a drinking fountain at the trailhead, but not along the trail.
- Expect partial sun exposure.
- Don’t attempt this hike if there is a flash flood warning! Slot canyons are notoriously dangerous in bad weather.