Coyote Park South

Total Miles
2.1

Elevation

2,678.82 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

3

Easy

Best Time

Summer

Trail Overview

Coyote Park South starts as a dry and rocky trail that climbs up from the trailhead along a fence line. The initial hill climb has some embedded boulders, but then it gets into a more lush aspen tree forest and continues through some nice open meadows. This trail is pretty hot and dry with lots of sun exposure. It has light curves and is pretty easy with no major obstacles. In the summer there are likely lots of mud puddles from the cows that graze the area, and watch out for low-hanging branches. The trail ends when it comes to an intersection with Coyote Park North.

Difficulty

This is an easy single-track trail with a few rocks through a low alpine terrain.

Technical Rating

3

Status Reports

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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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