Henry Coe - Coyote Loop

 
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9.0 Miles 14.5 Kilometers


80%

Singletrack

1,808' 551 m

Ascent

-1,804' -550 m

Descent

2,352' 717 m

High

918' 280 m

Low

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

25%

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9 Mile loop starting at Coyote and going through a very hilly part of Coe Park.

Matthew St

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Features: Birding — River/Creek — Views — Wildflowers — Wildlife

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Take Roop Rd to the end, the road changes name to Gilroy Hot Springs road. Two miles before reaching the end of the road stop at hunting hollow and register and pay the fee of $6. There are three parking spots at the end of the road two miles further so get there early.

At the bridge start on Coit road and go 1.9 miles on this road. Turn right on Grapevine trail and you'll start to go up for 1.4 miles. Turn Right on Coit Spring Trail and go .2 of a mile. Turn Right on Cattle Duster Trail and go .6 of a mile. Turn Right on Domino Pond Trail and go .3 of a mile. Turn right on Rock Tower Trail and go .3 of a mile. Turn Right on Elderberry trail and go .6 of a mile. Turn Right on Jackson Trail and go 1.4 miles. Turn left on Anza Trail and continue on Anza trail for .9 of a mile. Anza trail will end at Coit road. Turn Left on Coit road to make it back to your car in .9 of a mile.

Great views throughout and a really nice trail with plenty of up and down.

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