Coyote Park and Caribou Lake

Estes Park, Colorado 80511

Coyote Park and Caribou Lake

Coyote Park and Caribou Lake Professional Review and Guide

"The “song dogs” commonly appear in brushy areas spotted with trees or along the edges of grassy valley floors such as Coyote Park. Caribou do not appear anywhere in Indian Peaks despite their frequent appearance on the map. Coyotes trot away from hikers everywhere in Indian Peaks except the highest rocky summits.

Campers have a reasonable hope of hearing these song dogs howl and yip at night: the theme song of the West. To reach Coyote Park and Caribou Lake, the west end of the Arapaho Pass Trail starts along the right side of Monarch Lake. Some 1.5 miles later, the High Lonesome Trail branches right. Continue left along the Arapaho Pass Trail to a bridge crossing Arapaho Creek."

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Trail Information

Estes Park
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
18
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
2 days
Duration
Summer
Season
USDA Forest Service, Sulphur Ranger District, PO Box 10, 9 Ten Mile Dr., Granby CO 80446; (970) 887-4100; fs.usda.gov/arp
Local Contacts
Trails Illustrated, Indian Peaks Gold Hill; USGS Monarch Lake
Local Maps

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Jul 2018