There is only one trailhead, so you'll be backcountry backpacking it in and back out. The total elevation difference for this backpacking trail is 3,361 feet, and that is higher than average. With its 13.6 miles of walking distance; it's longer than many backcountry hiking trails. Reevis Trail goes through some very different elevations which of course means you need to be prepared for different conditions on different parts of the backcountry hiking trail. This is a hiking and backpacking trail that is quite long, so don't forget to pack enough supplies. This hike should take you about 2 days, so it's a good thing if your backpack is big enough to do the job. This hiking and backpacking trail sometimes gets very dry, so make sure you check current conditions and fire restrictions with local forest authorities before you head out.