Coyote Loop Details
Lots of switchbacks, some pretty tight. One section on the face takes you through some cool rock formations, but mostly just easy grinding climb. The back side of the loop is the shady side which holds mud longer and provides some fun fast and flowing downhill through the trees.
You will know you are at the top, because you can see both sides of the 2 valleys, and there are some really difficult rocky sections, but they are short. Once you drop down the backside heading counter clockwise expect miles of fast flowing smooth trail through the aspens, with a mix of Stinging Nettle and Mint leaves so thick you can smell them.
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More Stats for Coyote Loop mountain bike trail
Altitude change826 ft
Altitude min5,847 ft
Altitude start5,847 ft
Altitude end6,673 ft
Distance climb7 miles
Distance down4 miles
Distance flat3,947 ft
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Coyote Loop Trail Reports
Oct 18, 2017 @ 6:26am3 days
|The northern half of the trail had some snowy patches with mud. The southern end of the loop is dry.|
Sep 30, 2017 @ 12:31pmSep 30, 2017
|Hero dirt and fall colors. Absolutely unbeatable. Lots of low face slapping branches, one big tree down.|
Jun 29, 2017 @ 9:03amJun 29, 2017
|Only one tree down, easy to ride over. A few thick sections of stinging nettle. Watch you head, some low overhead trees and some face slapping...|
May 6, 2017 @ 6:32pmMay 6, 2017
|Several downed trees and a short snow section.|
Jun 2, 2016 @ 11:07pmJun 2, 2016
Routes with this trail
|Coyote Canyon Loop||20 miles|
|Wasatch 360 Race 6 Hours race||11 miles|
|MidWeekMTB.com - Heber - South Loop race||8 miles|
|MidWeekMTB.com - Heber Big Loop race featured||11 miles|
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