22.4 miles
2,623 ft
-2,621 ft
1 mile
High Point

Great cross-country loop with amazing views.

Detailed Description
Coyote Loop from UVU is a 22 mile intermediate route located near Heber City Utah. This mountain bike only route can be used both directions and has a hard overall physical rating. This route climbs 2,623 ft with a max elevation of 7,607 ft then descends -2,621 ft.
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2 Reviews & Comments

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rayit33 (Oct 14, 2020 at 18:11)
I Smashed this ride out today on my Hardtail. The longest and most epic ride I've ever done. I rode up the steeper direction and had to walk a few sections with massive sized rock garden's, rideable downhill but not up for me. The last bit of Coyote has a long downhill as does riverview. If you are in pretty good MTB shape I would highly recommend this challenge.
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12bam (Jun 2, 2020 at 14:04)
This loop took the place of the original Park City 50 miler. It has one rocky technical section and travels through sheep fields. Nice but hot and dusty.


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More Stats for Coyote Loop from UVU mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    5,777 ft
  • Altitude start
    5,777 ft
  • Altitude end
    5,778 ft
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  • Distance climb
    11 miles
  • Distance down
    11 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
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