“A switchbacking doubletrack climb that feels more like wide singletrack.
— Brock Warner
Towards the top, the trail skirts private property but there are obvious signs pointing you in the right direction.
While this trail is officially considered doubletrack, most of the time it feels more like just very wide singletrack. It's obvious it hasn't been used by four wheels in a very long time. The "Jeep Trail" provides a steady climb all the way to the top but the grade is never that bad. There are some rocky obstacles occasionally but it is all quite rideable.
I mapped the official entirety of the route, but you'll probably be wanting to turn off on one of the multiple trails along the way. This is an access trail to take you to other trails in the area.
Other than a map at the parking lot, there is little signage in the Coyote Wall Trail System. It's not too easy to get lost, but be sure to bring a map or use the MTB Project mobile app