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Eastern Reef

Hiking Three Fingers and Uneva Canyons - Eastern Reef Hiking Three Fingers and Uneva Canyons
Eastern Reef

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RATING: Moderate Hiking

Sun

59 | 33

Mon

63 | 27

Tue

65 | 32

Wed

66 | 35

Thu

59 | 32

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SEASON: Fall, Winter, Spring
WATER: None.

Sun

59 | 33

Mon

63 | 27

Tue

65 | 32

Wed

66 | 35

Thu

59 | 32

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More rock art at the mouth of Three.

More rock art at the mouth of Three.

If you want to really experience the Eastern Reef, this is the hike to do. It begins near Uneva, follows the Eastern Reef south, visiting a perennial pool and small petroglyph panel before circling back behind the reef to the trailhead. The views along the way are stunning.

The first half of this hike is easy, and makes a great out and back for those wanting a shorter day or with kids in tow. The full loop is moderate to strenuous, with a fair amount of elevation gain over boulder strewn terrain.

The San Rafael Swell Reef - Up Close

The San Rafael Swell Reef - Up Close

Lucy Checking Out The Pool

Lucy Checking Out The Pool

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