Self GuidedIf you’re an experienced rider and ready to explore what many consider to be “Trails Heaven,” then you’re in luck. West Virginia is home to some of the finest trails on the East Coast.
The Bearwallow Trail consists of approximately 53 miles to explore and is one of the most popular in the state. The Buffalo Mountain Trail spans 70 miles and will take you through historic towns like Williamson, Delbarton and Matewan. If you’re looking for a unique experience, visit Chaos Off-road Park in Capon Bridge – what many consider to be a “skate park for 4x4s.” If you’re looking for an assortment of easier trails, The Little Coal River Trail System is home to many beginner-level rides! Burning Rock Off-Road Park is East of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System, but it also features over 100 miles of trails to discover!
Begin your self-guided tour at Chief Logan State Park. Bring the whole family, stay in one of the park’s brand-new four-bedroom cabins and make sure you’re well rested for a day full of adventure on the trails. Make a stop at the Country Roads Byway Visitors Center to pick up a trail permit and some Hatfield-McCoy Trails merchandise! Start your journey on the Bearwallow Trail – one of the three original trails on the Hatfield-McCoy system! Bearwallow features a steady mix of easy and difficult trails which makes it perfect for anyone. The trail allows ATV’s, UTV’s, off-road motorcycles, and ORV’s. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, visit Morrison’s Drive-Inn or the Chief Logan State Lodge Restaurant.
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