Coffee Peak

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Loop Trail

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Dirt Trail


Single Track

50" Vehicle

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While there is parking at the trailhead and soon to be restrooms at West Park. The closest creature comforts are in Salina which is a short 4 miles from Aurora. There you can find a variety of fast food and sit down restaurants. There are several gas stations, the closest is the Maverick right in the center of town. We like to order chicken fried steak and Mom’s Restaurant.
This trail is open to all forms of OHVs from full size to dirt bikes, and is an enjoyable ride for all of them. This route should accommodate adventure bikes nicely as well.
Mostly climbing up graded gravel roads to an elevation just over 9000 feet. Some of the ridge trail is more along the line of two track routes.
Major intersections are marked with Forest Service route markers, but the rest is somewhat limited. Not hard to keep your bearing, but a downloaded map would be handy.
Sheriff (435) 896-2600 for non-emergency. 9-1-1 for emergency
Emergency Medical Help: Sevier County EMS (435) 893-9166 or call 9-1-1
Coffee Peak Loop is a perfect fall ride, especially for people meeting from opposite ends of the state to ride together. The trailhead is located at a park on the west side of Aurora with plenty of parking for trailers. They are in the process of renovating the trailhead park with an upgraded pavilion and soon to arrive bathrooms. The trail leads west out of Aurora along the ridge then climbs east through WIllow Creek canyon up to Willow Creek Peak. The route hen heads north around Jacks Peak through Robins valley past an old homestead then through the thickets of aspen and red maple to Coffee Peak. From the end of the ATV trail you can hike a short distance out to a lookout point that allows you to look down into Salina. The last two weeks of October are traditionally the best weeks for fall colors according to the locals.

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