Coyote Hills - Trail, Fremont, California

Coyote Hills - Trail, Fremont, California

DESCRIPTION

a little of everything, although there is lots of wind no matter where you go. it overlooks the bay so the wind comes of the bay and into your face.

USER REVIEWS

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[Oct 15, 2009]
windtower
Weekend Warrior

A nice trail for people who begin to learn how to do mountain biking. the terrain includes most of scenarios, not too hard and not too easy.

Strongly recommended to beginners.

Customer Service

Red Hill Trail, Apay Way

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Don Edwards

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
[May 26, 2009]
Danix
Weekend Warrior

I remember when no one knew about this place! And now every time I go there, it seems like more and more people are finding out about this. Coyote Hills is a good warm up ride. Some nice long uphills, and speedy downhills, and my absolute favorite steep single track with a great view on top, then fun downhill on the other side! I'm not good at explaining where it is but I recommend you find it & do it! Ha!

Customer Service

Everywhere!

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Aug 03, 2008]
glorycoree
Cross Country Rider

This is a good place to go if you are looking to include young children or trailered children. We hit this place up pulling the trusty old Burley and had a good time. Relatively flat and doable. Trails are wide, very wide. A little windy but what isn't in this area?

Customer Service

whole park.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
1
[Aug 09, 2005]
cmdrpiffle
Cross Country Rider

Possibly the best kept secret in the East Bay. I used to do this ride daily. Coyote Hills is unique in that you can make it as easy or as difficult as you'd like. Lots of stuff for every level. No serious 'downhills' but VERY steep singletrack, your choice, up or down. This is the place I learned to hang 'em over the rear tire.

Customer Service

anywhere! The top of the paved hill by the water storage/Nike missile silo/police firing range....has the previously mentioned single track that starts along the chain link fence. Very short, but very steep. At the bottom of the same hill (paved) and slightly to the left I think is a very steep single track going straight up. I used to do it in a 28/28, 'cause in 93, that was considered really small gearing! It'll wake you up. Ride safe and be aware there may be lots of hikers on the weekends.

Similar Products Used:

Mission Peak from Ohlone College entrance.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jul 17, 2005]
izzybuff
Downhiller

I like this trail because it's near to my house. it's a smooth riding. I always start from my house to the top of the hill in cayote hills the one with the antenna, and my favorite is when you go downhill going at least 40miles an hour. This is good for beginner to intermediate there's a lot of option to take either rod bike or mountain biking.

Customer Service

the one with the stairs from the top of the hill to the parking area, it's a 40 degrees downhill at least.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
3
[Nov 29, 2004]
cheeseinvert
Weekend Warrior

I work across the street so I hit this spot weekly if not several times a week. I love coyote hills, its got a good ridge ride that will kick your ass if you aren't in shape. The climbs are burly!

Customer Service

cruise down the paved road in all the way around untill you just about meet the creek trail, then go up the ridge on the left and keep going to the microwave tower (police shooting range). Turn around and go back, repeat.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
[Sep 18, 2004]
Kauaison
Cross Country Rider

some nice fire road inclines along with some paved walkways. I Hit the Redhill trail which was an easy intermediate climb. Overall a little shorter and easier then Lake Chabot, left me wanting more...

Customer Service

Around the Hills

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
3
[Dec 10, 2000]
Roger

Coyote Hills is allright if you live close by ( Newark, Union City, Ardenwood, and Fremont ). A good place for a quick ride after work or just to get your blood pumping for a short time. There's only a few hills, but good enough to work up a sweat if you keep your heart rate up. I recommend going over 3 hills, over the dumbarton bridge toll plaza and onto the other side for a quick lap around the marsh area, back over the toll plaza, up radio hill ( Nike Hill ) a little history about Nike hill; military used this hill to test nike missles that were shot into the bay; also, you'll see a huge tank on your rightside that's built into the ground when you reach the top of Nike hill; military used this tank to train dolphins to retrieve sea mines), back down for a 25-35mph downhill, and back onto the alameda creek trail going towards home. Its a good place for beginners that are just starting off. Have fun and just ride.

Similar Products Used:

Hayward Plunge

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
[Feb 09, 2001]
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Customer Service

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OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
[Mar 30, 2001]
Bob R.

Coyote Hills is my neighborhood ride. It's a great afterwork, workout ride or a quick, "Honey, I'm going for a ride" - Saturday get away. I've been riding to Coyote Hills from my house for 10 years now and I still enjoy the route. Yeah, it's small but for a nieghborhood ride, it's quite alright. Beginners (and kids) can have fun on the flat trails and advanced riders will enjoy the workout aspects of wind sprints up the steep sections.

Customer Service

I usually start from the north and ride the ridge to the south. There are three hill climbs that will leave you panting but rewards you with very nice views of the Bay. After climbing the southern-most hill, Nike hill, you can loop around to do it again or try the flat trails along the levies. It's a fun workout ride. You can spin, you can climb and you can go fast.

Similar Products Used:

Mission Peak(now there's a workout ride)

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
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