Coyote Trail (05619) is a hiking and biking trail in Bernalillo County, New Mexico. It is within Cibola National Forest. It is 4.5 miles long and begins at 7,125 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 9.0 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,480 feet.
Coyote Trail (05619) Professional Reviews and Guides
"Located in the Cedro Peak area near the town of Tijeras; about 20 miles east of Albuquerque. Coyote Trail is super fun with several challenging climbs and many mountain bikers consider Chamisoso the prettiest canyon around Albuquerque. This adds up to make one of the best loops in the book. The variety of terrain on this ride is a big plus. Coyote Trail mixes smooth, hard-packed singletrack with difficult rocky climbs. Then, after the initial white-knuckle descent on Chamisoso Trail, you can zoom down the rest of the canyon with little worry. Have a blast and come back to ride this loop in the opposite direction."
--Nicole Blouin, Mountain Biking Albuquerque (Falcon Guides).
"Stretching for almost 11 miles, the Coyote and Chamisoso Trails are part of the Manzanita Mountains Trail System, nestled within the boundaries of the Cibola National Forest. The Coyote and Chamisoso Trails are technical and full of curvy, tight singletrack turns throughout. Located just minutes east of Albuquerque, these super fun trails are a great place to get your biking fix after work or on your weekend outing."
--JD & Emily Tanner / Shey Lambert, Best Bike Rides Albuquerque and Santa Fe (Falcon Guides).
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