There are two entry points to Coyote Buttes North, Wirepass Trailhead (WP) and The Notch. The Notch is no longer actively publicized by the BLM. The trail from the Notch is poorly defined. I strongly recommend access from the Wirepass parking lot. To get to the Wirepass trailhead take Highway 89 to House Rock Road. The House Rock Road turnoff is between mile posts 25 and 26 on Highway 89 in Utah. House Rock Road is normally passable by passenger cars. Do not take this road if it is wet. It is clay based and impassable even to 4WD vehicles when wet. When the road is muddy it is like driving on ice and there are drop-offs. When dry take House Rock Road for 8.4 miles to the WP parking area on the right. You can dry camp at the Wirepass trailhead, and a toilet is present. Better camping with fire pits, tables, and pit toilets is available at the Stateline Campground, one mile further south just off House Rock Road.
Begin your hike to the Wave by signing the trailhead register and crossing House Rock Road. Follow the well defined trail east for fifty yards until you enter the wash. Wirepass wash feeds into Buckskin Gulch, the longest slot canyon in North America. Continue walking down the wash. About .55 miles from the trailhead you will see a sign marked Coyote Buttes on the right. Turn right and follow the good trail up the hill and across the sage field. At the end of the field you will cross a wash. This wash also flows into the Wirepass slot canyon one half mile downstream. Total distance across the sage field to the wash is about .65 miles. After crossing the wash hike up the slickrock to a sometimes cairned saddle. If you have a GPS mark this location. You are now in the permit area. From here there may or may not be cairns and they may or may not be accurate. There are a small number of BLM sign posts in the area at critical locations, one can be seen about 50 yards east of the saddle. Note its location, on your return this marker will tell you where to turn to the west. From the saddle proceed south, after .35 miles or so you will see a twin butte with a barbed wire fence with a gate on its left (east) side, either go through the gate (route is easy but a little exposed) or walk around the buttes via their the west side. Continue heading almost due south aiming for the crack in the cliffs to the south. After another .8 miles or so you will cross another small wash, continue heading towards the crack in the Wall and go up the sand dune. There should be a clear trail up the sand dune unless it had been very windy overnight. You will shortly arrive at The Wave. It is about 2.8 miles in total from the WP trailhead to The Wave.
An aerial view of the hike
The above video was created with Google Earth Pro. It shows an aerial view of the hike to The Wave. The view is from 100 meters above ground level at a 45 degree angle. The blue line in the video is the actual route taken by me on a recent visit to The Wave. The video can be viewed full screen by clicking on the  icon in the lower right. A high resolution 1080p video of the hike is available, click here and choose Save Link As or Save Target As. The download is quite large and may take some time to complete.
A guide on how to create a video from a GPS track using Google Earth Pro is available on this site by clicking here.
The trail via The Notch starts at The Maze Petroglyph parking area on House Rock Road. The Maze parking area is 10.9 miles south of the intersection of Highway 89 and House Rock Valley Road. I suggest you follow the good Maze trail to the petroglyphs and photograph them either on the way into the permit area or on the way out. After shooting the petroglyphs backtrack 100 yards or so and leave the trail going north. Shortly afterwards you should be able to find the old Notch Trail. This trail has not been maintained in a long time and is hard to follow. Make sure to find the trail before turning east to ascend the cliffs. The trail bypasses a pour-off just to its north and then follows a wash to its end. At the end of the wash scramble up the chute to the washes south and make you way up to The Notch. From the Notch the easiest way down is to follow the trail to the southeast before turning north.
The hike via The Notch is both longer, less scenic, and much more difficult than the hike from Wirepass. Only experience off-trail hikers should attempt it.
The Second Wave
Melody Arch and Window
Top Rock Arch
High Heel Arch
Moby Dick Arch
Secret Passage Vortex
Secret Passage Entrance
The Notch Arch
West Side Buttes