Coyote Song Trail Loop is a 3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Littleton, CO that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
A nice wide, well maintained trail that we had no issues taking a baby jogger stroller on. Beautiful rock formations. Much is not shaded so I recommend going early in the day or go on a cool day and remember a hat and sunscreen so you can really enjoy it to the fullest.
Really nice, pretty secluded trail, but I honestly found it a bit boring because there wasn't much change in elevation. a very easy hike, I would really call it a walk.
Dog friendly trail, but not a lot of shade. Beautiful views, green open space, and nice rock formations. Evidence of bear activity.
This is a great easy hike close to Denver.
Nice nature walk
Love this trail! Beautiful scenery!
It's a nice little hike. Really flat wide terrain, a lot of the trail follows pretty close to a road, and it feels like you're in a neighborhood for part of it. If you're looking for something secluded, this isn't your trail. It has some nice rock formations to see, and a little reservoir along one of the trails. Lots of signage and maps. Would be an easy trail for kids.
This was a gorgeous trail and was easy to access. We only went 1/4 and ran into a rattlesnake. We turned around because we had our dog and didn't want to risk it. Lots of great photo opportunities.
Beautiful easy hike at sunset! Gorgeous views of the valley.
Great short hike/walk with the pup. It was a nice easy and open trail.
Great hike to do with the kiddos. But not a lot of shade so hit it easy before noon! Beautiful wild flowers, tons of butterflies (in July), cobalt blue dragonflies and beautiful views. Bathrooms (ports port style) by parking areas.
Beautiful and wide open. Very little shade, great short hike/walk.
It was an easy enough hike but the views were breathtaking. Loved it