Henry Coe State Park Mountain Bike Trail Map
Guide to the best mountain
bike trails in the northern
The park's northern section, which includes a developed campground and visitors center, features the Middle Ridge Loop, a classic Coe ride that should be on any advanced intermediate rider's "must do" list. The single-track is beautiful and challenging, but the payback is a nasty climb up from Poverty Flat to end the ride.
The featured rides are great starting points, but Coe begs to be explored, with miles of fire roads and single-track crisscrossing its vast expanse. Hit the campgrounds for a spring weekend to get more riding "bang" for your driving "buck" and you'll get to experience the best Coe has to offer.
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Henry Coe Bike Trails
Middle Ridge Trail - begins as fun rolling single-track through oak woodlands before descending steeply.
Flat Frog Trail - narrow, though never steep, single-track
China Hole Trail - well graded single-track through manzanita, oak woodlands and grasslands.
Jackass Trail - steep single-track connects Blue Ridge and Poverty Flat fire roads via Miller Field
Note: All fire roads in the northern section contain steep rutted sections. Parts of Hobbs Road and Poverty Flat Road are particularly nasty and will usually require some hike-a-bike.
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