Coyote Park North

Total Miles
1.1

Elevation

2,669.64 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

5

Moderate

Best Time

Summer

Trail Overview

Coyote Park North is a short trail that connects Coyote Park South to Box Canyon. It's only a mile long, but that mile is entirely made up of switchbacks that drop down a hillside into a gulch with a creek. The top few switchbacks are tight and with loose dirt. The bottom ones are wider and more rideable. They aren't rocky but are tight and steep. The bottom of the trail goes along a creek to the intersection with Box Canyon, which requires a long and rocky creek crossing. The trail is a 5 difficulty if going up, and a 4 if going down.

Difficulty

The difficulty comes from the series of switchbacks, which are a 5 difficulty if going up, and a 4 if going down.

Technical Rating

5

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Access Description

The Mancos Trail System is made up of several single-track trails of varying length and varying difficulty north of the town of Mancos, Colorado, in the San Juan National Forest. There are several staging areas off of West Mancos Road, including the Upper Chicken parking lot, and there's an abundance of dispersed camping sites off of this road.

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