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Coyote Hill Loop (314)

 4 votes

3.5 Miles 5.7 Kilometers


Singletrack

348' 106 m

Ascent

-348' -106 m

Descent

8,115' 2,474 m

High

7,836' 2,389 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (2°)

12%

Max Grade (7°)

Unknown

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A short workout followed by fast, flowing grades with fantastic mountain views.

Robert Stump

Overview

Cattle, horses, and wildlife are present in the area. Temporary trail closures can be expected from time to time. Keep all gates closed.

Description

This loop is likely best ridden clockwise. Be prepared to encounter hikers going in any direction on this loop. Part of the Turkey Springs trail network, Coyote Hill Loop is connected by a short section of dirt road.

After leaving the trailhead, the trail wanders up the hill, around a pretty meadow, into a steep section through sagebrush, and tops out to a spectacular view of the mountains. Two-thirds of the loop remains, which is almost all flowing downhill through sagebrush and meadow. A slight uphill grade near the end meets back where the trail began.

Open and close one gate on the way - no "bike gate" like the rest of Turkey Springs' trails.

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Sep 7, 2017
Franklin Gauer
3.5mi
Jul 3, 2017
James Russell
awesome 3.5mi

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  4.3 from 4 votes

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#443

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I much prefer to ride this counter clockwise. Great views and great single track. This trail is awesome when the flowers are in full bloom. Sep 7, 2016

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