FALL ATV ADVENTURES
Endless back-country. Trails only thrill-seekers have seen. West Virginia’s Hatfield-McCoy Trail System is one of the East Coast’s wildest and most extensive off-roading trails systems. More than 1,000 miles of trails are separated into distinct regions, with some interlocking. Each distinct trail that comprises the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System has plenty of scenic views as well as rugged terrain for those who are up for a challenge. Discover trails heaven in West Virginia.
Located near the ATV-friendly town of Logan, Bearwallow is one of the original three systems of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails and is commonly known for its single track and challenging trails. The mix of easy-riding scenic vistas and difficult trails make it one of the more popular systems for the Hatfield-McCoy Trails. This trail system has direct access to gas, food and lodging. Bearwallow is the only trail to be open to ORVs as well as ATVs, UTVs and off-road motorcycles.
Buffalo Mountain is known as the most historic trail system, as well as the one with the most single-track trails, making it incredibly popular with dirt bike enthusiasts. This system has three community connectors providing direct access to the ATV-friendly towns of Matewan, Delbarton and Williamson. Each of these towns offer gas, food and lodging. Explore the historic Matewan Depot Replica Museum and the Hatfield McCoy Country Museum while you’re in the area.
Located near Ashland in McDowell County, this system offers a nice variety of trails of all difficulty levels. This trail system offers community access to the ATV-friendly towns of Northfork and Keystone. Nearby communities offer gas, food and lodging. The trail system also connects with two other Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems—Pinnacle Creek and Pocahontas—to allow extended off-road trips.
Pinnacle Creek, with direct connections to the ATV- friendly towns of Mullens and Pineville, is known for its breathtaking scenic views and proximity to world-class whitewater rafting less than an hour away. This trail system has direct access to gas, food and lodging. The trail system also connects with two other Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems—Indian Ridge and Pocahontas—to allow extended off-road trips. This stunningly scenic trail system neighbors Twin Falls State Park, known for its majestic waterfalls and jaw-dropping scenery.
Pocahontas Trail System links up to two other Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems—Indian Ridge and Pinnacle Creek— making for the most continuous miles of trails east of the Mississippi. The trailhead is located in Coaldale, just outside of the town of Bramwell, historically known for its numerous millionaire homes from the early 20th century. This trail system has direct access to gas, food and lodging.
Devil Anse Trail System links up to two other Hatfield-McCoy Trail Systems- Rockhouse and Buffalo Mountain- totaling over 300 miles. The trailhead is located in the town of Matewan, historically known for being the heart of the Hatfield McCoy Feud. The trail system has direct access to gas, food and lodging.
With over 100 miles of trails, Rockhouse offers a wide variety of trails at all difficulty levels. It is especially popular with riders who are looking for an extreme riding experience. This trail system has direct access to the ATV-friendly towns of Man and Gilbert. Each of these towns offer fuel, food and lodging, along with a generous helping of southern hospitality.
The Warrior Trail System is located in the City of War which is West Virginia’s most southern city. This trail system also accesses the ATV-friendly City of Gary. The Warrior Trail System offers numerous scenic views and has direct access to gas, foods and lodging.
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