“This aptly named singletrack is a small slice of the southwest along an almost constant rock garden.
— Brock Warner
This trail can be ridden in both directions, but it is primarily used as a descent.
The aptly named Little Moab Trail may seem familiar to riders accustomed to the rocky trails of the American Southwest. Almost the whole trail is littered with rocky obstacles of all sizes and shapes. Little Moab statys further away from the edge than the Coyote Wall Trail #4428
, but there are still a few precarious spots on this very technical descent.
Expect a lot of potential lines and options. Whereas sometimes on other trails this may mean there is an obvious "easy" line and an obvious "pro" line, that is actually not very common on this trail. Some of the lines are very substantial drops, not meant for slow approaches on a hardtail. Towards the bottom it mellows out slightly but not by much.
Other than a map at the parking lot, there is NO 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