Coyote Creek Loop at Coe Park
ElevationAscent: 1,704' 519 m
Descent: -1,705' -520 m
High: 2,354' 718 m
Low: 917' 280 m
GradeAvg Grade: 7% (4°)
Max Grade: 26% (15°)
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“A satisfying loop traveling through a very hilly part of Coe Park.”— Matthew St
- Make sure to stop at the Hunting Hollow Trailhead on your way in to pay the $6 access fee.
- The parking at the start of this hike is very limited (three spaces) so get there early.
Continue right and then make the next right onto the Cattle Duster Trail for a short climb that winds to the Domino Pond Trail. Turn right again for a brief mellow descent across an open slope before heading back into the trees on the Rock Tower Trail.
Complete a short, but felt climb, and then turn right on the Elderberry Spring Trail. This fun connector is quite narrow as it follows the contours of the hill down to a grassy meadow where it meets in a three-way intersection with the Jackson Trail and Jackson Road. Turn Right onto the Jackson Trail for a great singletrack descent that continues winding down to the Anza Trail.
Turn left here to complete the final switchbacks down to Coit Road. Follow the road back for one mile to return to the small parking area near the bridge.
Land Manager: California State Parks - Henry W. Coe State Park