Explore Almost Heaven via Jeep on these trails

There’s nothing quite like exploring West Virginia via four wheels. And for those who like to take their Jeep off the main roads, there are some great routes that twist and turn through the Mountain State.

Explore Southern West Virginia on Bearwallow

The Hatfield McCoy Trail System is a huge off-road heaven in Southern West Virginia. There are several trail systems to choose from, but Bearwallow is open to Jeeps. With ratings from green to double black diamond, you’ll find everything from a leisurely trail ride to more technical rock crawling. There are more than 100 miles on Bearwallow.

Many of the trails are connected to communities. Bearwallow has direct access to the town of Logan. Pop off the trail and get to know some of southern West Virginia’s charming small towns.

Go Off-Roading in the Potomac Highlands

This privately owned park opens to the public on special dates to allow everyone to get down to the rocks, mud and trails. Chaos Off Road Park is located in Capon Bridge and features scenic trails, fun obstacle courses and more.

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This post was last updated on August 4, 2020