Bitch Creek Loop Professional Review and Guide
"The trail departs from right next to the signboard and descends for less than 0.1 mile through lodgepole pine woodlands to pretty Coyote Meadows. Wildflowers are abundant right from the start of this hike in both the forest and the meadow. Look for Queen Anne’s lace, monkshood, fireweed, false hellebore, lupine, harebell, geranium, yarrow, coneflower, spiraea, goldenrod, sunflower, clover, and a host of others. On the down side, cattle are allowed to graze in Coyote Meadows, so expect lots of cow pies, livestock trails, and noisy mooing."