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Coyote Wall - Moab/Maui Loop Hike, Little Moab (Co3)

Feb 18, 2013

by Ryan Ojerio last modified Feb 19, 2013 09:52 AM
Type of Outing
Day hike
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Hike: Coyote Wall - Moab/Maui Loop Hike
Region: South Cascades -- Columbia Gorge
Agency: Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area
Trails: Maui Falls (#Co5), Old Jeep Road (#Co4), Little Moab (#Co3)
A deep rut on the Moab Trail caused by poor trail design. R.Ojerio
While out scoping trail work projects for WTA's March events I noted a section on the Moab trail where we have a deep rut to fix. Over on the Maui Falls trail the section of trail we decomissioned is recovering nicely. The new route loops down a ridge and does a better job of shedding water to minimize erosion.

The entire loop is open and hikeable. Look for orange flagging to guide you around sections that have been closed off for restoration on the bottom of Maui Falls. We've also done some work on the nearby Labyrinth Trail and more is planned in March.

Dog lovers take note: there is a leash law in effect during the spring. It is a sensitive time for ground nesting birds, please help keep the native fauna populations healthy by using a leash.
An abandoned and restored section of trail on the Maui Falls trail. R.Ojerio
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