Coyote and Hogans Trail

MODERATE 8 reviews

Coyote and Hogans Trail is a 9.1 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Valley Springs, California that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for walking, mountain biking, and off road driving and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

9.1 miles 610 feet Out & Back

dog friendly

mountain biking

off road driving






New Hogan Lake is a multiple route trail located near Valley Springs, CA. It is accessible year-round. The lower trail follows the outline of the lake and is runnable while the upper trail includes a lot of switchbacks for bikers. Go through the gate by the campground, trail entrance on your left.

7 months ago

Go to any of the stations for trail maps.

10 months ago

Rode with my husband today, and really enjoyed the ride. Didn't get to complete the entire ride, due to flat tire before ride this morning. Flowers were in bloom & views around lake were so beautiful. Got a little warm, don't think it would be a ride I'd want to do in summer.

1 year ago

A really rugged ride! Beautiful scenery.

mountain biking
2 years ago

This was a great trail to go mountain biking on. Actually got a little lost at first but figured it out when I found a fence line to follow. If you haven't checked it out I would recommend you do so.

3 years ago

mountain biking
3 years ago

Also Known as Coyote and Hogans Trail. Intermediate and advanced trails. Trailhead begins at North East most camp ground. Follows along lake for about 5 miles. Out and back not a loop trail. Rocky terrain very little cover so can be very hot trail. Watch for snakes along trail. Fun rolling single track.

3 years ago

More of a mountain biking trail. You'll see a walker/hiker now and then but trail is mostly used for biking. Great spot to camp and bike around lake. All, if not, most of the trail is exposed so it is really dry & hot in summer. Used to come for walks during dusk.

mountain biking
5 years ago

This trail has many options for all skill levels. The trail length depends on the route you choose and how well you know the area. Most trails will lead back to the same starting point with the exception of a few near the east side. This trail is mostly sharp granite and drains well. It can be ridden almost anytime of the year. The summer can be rough due to extreme heat, no shade, and rattle snakes. Long sleeve is recommended because parts of the trail can be a little overgrown near chest height.