A well taken care of trail, Coachwhip has a very steady incline, which attracts climbers, so consider yourself lucky if you get a clean downhill run. When you do, this trail will knock your socks off. There are shoveled and banked turns, and a few jumps along the way. The trail crosses back and forth over the ridge, so there are some cool changes of direction.
Portions of Coachwhip traverse a north-facing slope, where the flora is pretty thick around the twisted trail. Look for bushes and small branches slapping at your hands/arms/legs.
At the bottom of the canyon is a convergence of three trails: Coachwhip, Yucca Ridge
, and Bumble Bee