Located in rolling foothills along the western margin of the Bitterroot Valley, the Coyote Coulee Trail consists largely of the stitched-together segments of old orchard roads and spur railway grades. Its unusual configuration features southern and northern loops of 4 and 2.6 miles, respectively, with a mile-long connecting trail in between. The entire route offers a varied course with lots of ups and downs and traverses land that was once privately held but has since returned to USFS ownership. Highlights: A low-elevation trail offering pleasant foothill hiking and early season access.
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Directions to: Coyote Couleeprint directions
Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||1,490 ft|
|Season||Best April through October|
|Trailhead Elevation||4,200 ft|
|Top Elevation||4,750 ft|
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