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White Rock Loop

Intermediate
 4.7 (6)

A nice warm-up loop on it's own or when combined with other trails for a longer route.


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Map Key

6.4

Miles

10.3

KM

Point to Point

4,866' 1,483 m

High

4,248' 1,295 m

Low

647' 197 m

Up

446' 136 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

10%

Max Grade (5°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Birding · Lake · Views · Wildlife

Description

This trail starts at the White Rock campground parking lot and can be done in either direction. It is most commonly hikeed clockwise. Start out by entering through the fence and making a sharp left. The trail will climb for about 3/4 of a mile and then split.

From here you can make a left, continue up and around the peak to a saddle where you can continue on to the Elephant Head Trail and Split Rock Loop Trail, or you can make a sharp right to circle back around, reconnect with the earlier split, and head back down to your car.

Flora & Fauna

Antelope Island is home to a large herd of Bison. They are often visible on this route as they roam the island freely.

Contacts

Land Manager: Utah State Parks

Shared By:

Ryan Delany

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  4.7 from 6 votes

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#205

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Climbing the White Rock Loop trail on Antelope Island
Mar 12, 2015 near Syracuse, UT

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Mar 3, 2019
Roxanne Skinner
6.4mi
Jul 2, 2017
Kim T
May 20, 2017
Ken Adams
May 20, 2017
Danielle Cookie
The gnats were everywhere. You need long sleeves and mosquito netting for this hike. 7.4mi
Oct 27, 2016
Mark Fanton
Jun 22, 2016
Danielle Cookie
We missed the trail. We walked to the pavilion to look at the trail descriptions and didn't realize we passed the trail head for the loop. It veere... 7.5mi — 2h 45m