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5 days ago

Beautiful hike on a (mostly) single-track trail.

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private property
1 month ago

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over grown
2 months ago

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3 months ago

Nice local hike for me. Worth the $5 day use fee. Clean restrooms just before start of trail.

Once you get to the higher elevation it is single trail lotta poison oak not well marked will not return

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9 months ago

Good workout. Nice Hike

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off trail
private property
washed out
Wed Apr 10 2019

It was a easy hike. Brought my 9 year old. There’s a few small bridges pretty cool. There’s a dead end with private property. Also, the trail has water coming over it in a couple spots. Kinda reminded me of House of Wax when they got dropped off to the town. Over all I’d go back. It’s beautiful and my daughter and I had a nice hike!

Nice trail for the winter. Fully exposed so would be warm in summer months. Note: the road in is CLOSED during the winter months to prevent erosion. We accidentally were let on the road by a rancher and subsequently were locked in the park. Received a ticket for being inside the park! Otherwise nice hike, good views and some steep climbs with solid vistas.

I got few good pictures of animals there.

Fun little hike for the family. There are more marked trails here at mudstone ranch that I have not found on AllTrails. Great for hiking or mountain biking.

Sun Oct 26 2014

This was my first visit to Henry W. Coe State Park and I thoroughly enjoyed this Coyote Creek loop hike! Like the other reviewer, I too was glad I chose to do this hike in the clockwise direction. The steep descent down Grizzly Gulch would be exhausting as a climb going the other direction. With some very welcomed rain yesterday the wooded sections of the hike were damp and the scent was wonderful. Elderberry Spring Trail and the trail through Coyote Creek Canyon were my favorite parts. But the views from atop the ridge were also fantastic. Looking in various directions I could see Mt. Hamilton, Mt. Carmel, Gilroy and I could even make out the ridgeline of the Sierras way off in the distance. Coming across some foraging wild pigs was just below Jackson Road was fun!

What a great hike with fantastic and rewarding views! I was alone on the trail all the way up to Wasno Road but even after that, the company was thin on a beautiful sunny day. My kind of hike! Had lunch on a rock up at Jackson Rd. overlooking the marine layer in the valley and the mountain tops beyond. Fantastic! The hike up is gradual and scenic while the hike down the Dexter Trail and Grizzly Gulch was tough on the knees! So glad to not only have my poles, but to have gone the clockwise route rather than the other way around! Definitely knew I was going up, but never felt winded, the switch-backs are so gradual. It would be quite a work-out going counter-clockwise, if you're up for that! This time of year I may have skipped the Elderberry Spring Trail and continued on Jackson Road instead, I don't know that it was worth the detour, but maybe when the flowers are more in bloom. I was also a little unsure about the "old jeep road"- it didn't seem like a road to me, just an unmarked trail, but there weren't many other options, so I figured I was in the right place but wasn't 100% sure. I also missed the continuation of the Elderberry trail off of the Jeep road, I think, but ended up on Jackson Road anyway, so I'm not quite clear on those instructions. Outside of that, it's a great hike that I will definitely be doing again!

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