Begin by pedaling up Chamisoso Road. Follow the road (ignoring where 462 breaks off to the right). The Coyote Trail departs the road on the right side just before a gate. The Coyote Trail us usually well signed, but there are some confusing intersections to bring a map. It's easy to get kinda lost but hard to get totally lost as you're never far from a view of the Sandias to the North and Cedro Peak to the South. The Coyote Trail climbs and descends thorugh rocky pinion forest for about 5 miles before arriving at "four corners (the intersection of Coyote Trail and 462)." This makes a good out-and-back or a better return leg after climbing up 462.