Happy 2023!

YAY! We are still here after 28 years and we look forward to shuttling you whether you are a long term Coyote Shuttler or a first timer.  

Well, it's been a great winter for snow!  And while that is exactly what we needed to recharge our ground water storage and reservoirs, the snow is clinging to the mountain and keeping us down in the desert. At this point, all the desert rides are great, no snow and the dreaded sand is packed down by the recent moisture.  The only trails that are still affected by the snow are the Whole Enchilada and the Raptor Route.  The lower sections are open but the upper trails will probably blanketed for awhile. If you haven't heard of the Raptor Route it is a great new ride that starts up Sand Flats Road and shares the same trailhead with the LPS trail on the WE. This trail is a great alternative for people who don't want to ride Porcupine after they ride the WE from Burro, the very top, or it is great ride all in its own.  It is good for Intermediate riders or more advanced riders who want to get in another shuttle ride on their vacation.  You can read about both of these trails under the Bike Shuttle Page. 

The snow, while not the best for mountain biking or for early season hikers, bodes well for a great boating season.  If you like big water, this will be the year!

We look forward to seeing us this year!  Please book your shuttle online or give us a call.

Happy Trails!



The Coyote Experience

At Coyote Shuttle, we believe that the fun begins the moment you step into the shuttle. Our well informed drivers will shuttle you with flair and send you home with a story to tell about your ascent and your descent.

Our vehicles are mostly classic Volkswagen vans and we promise a good vibe with every ride.

BOOK A SHUTTLE!  PLEASE CALL US AT (435) 260-2097  OR EMAIL AT info@coyoteshuttle.com


Learn what we do in 13 seconds! Watch the video clip linked to below.

The three main trail systems for mountain bike shuttles are the The Whole Enchilada(includes Porcupine Rim), The Magnificent 7 and the Moab Brands Trails.

The schedule varies due to weather and temperatures but we usually have two scheduled times before noon during high season.

We do take reservations in advance, but you are also welcome to call us at (435) 260-2097 when you arrive in town.

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So, you have answered the siren’s call to float the Green and/or the Colorado rivers. Both are snowmelt rivers that wind through the magnificent red rock canyons and azure blue skies of the Utah desert.

Coyote Shuttle specializes in facilitating your self-guided trip. We offer Vehicle Transfers for  on Cataract Canyon and Labyrinth Canyon.  You can book online or give us a call.

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Canyonlands has hundreds of miles of hiking trails which explore the park’s natural and cultural features.

Take one look at a map and you'll see that Canyonlands is truly a playground, and a large one. At 527 square miles, it's the largest of the national parks in Utah. It has rivers and deep canyons, domes, mesas, arches and petroglyphs.

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Here's what people are saying:

“Like the Scooby-Doo van, only better! Coyote Shuttle is the most unique and entertaining shuttle service I’ve ever experienced. This is the most fun shuttle in Moab.”

— Silvi

“Friendly folks, quick call backs, flexible drop off points and excellent trail intel — hard to imagine how this could be a better company!”

— K.L.

“This shuttle service is phenomenal — the true hippy lifestyle epitomized in a single shuttle ride — these guys are living the dream and I’m happy to support them. Their VW bus shuttles are clean and spacious.”

— Mike

“Coyote Shuttle provided us outstanding service for our kayak trip. They are very organized and provide and great service...”

— Dave

“Sure any of the shuttle companies in Moab will get you to where you want to be, but Coyote Shuttle does it with style. It is a memorable way to start out a very memorable ride.”

— Tyler

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