Hatfield-McCoy Trail, Lyburn
Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Over 600 miles of trails located in southern West Virginia. The Hatfield-McCoy Trails includes seven individual trail systems including Rockhouse, Bearwallow, Buffalo Mountain, Indian Ridge, Pinnacle Creek, Pocahontas, and Little Coal River.To visit Hatfield-McCoy Trail on your holiday in Lyburn, and find out what else Lyburn has to offer, use our Lyburn itinerary planner.
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We road Bearwallo Trail System and entered onto the trail head from Logan. The trails were amazingly well kept and marked. We road trails 15,12,14 which took us through the entire trail. This was cons... read more »
My daughter (10 years old) and I made the 300 mile trip up to WV to check this trail system out. We decided to stay around Bluefield near the Pocahontas and Indian Ridge trail systems. This are isn;t ... read more »
My party had booked a house with Livinggood Lodging for Trailfest 2015 on March 6th. On March the 9th I got a call saying that Livinggood got a call from Dirt Trax magazine saying they wanted that wee... read more »
We just spent another weekend on the trails we rode 102 miles on Saturday at Rockhouse and explored some of the new Devil Anse trails. rode sunday at Bearwallow, the new section they just opened. Totally awesome. We go down south to ride at least 8 to 10 times a year. The trails are in better condition than I've ever seen. The trail crews deserve a great deal of praise for their efforts. Now with a Cat dozer at every trail system they work all trails as they need it. We ride a lot of black trails and they are also very well maintained. We talked to a board member on Saturday on the trail and I was very impressed with the plans they have for the trail systems. If you don't come to WV and ride these trails you are missing out on one great place to ride. Way to go WV and all at Hatfield McCoys team TRAIL CREWS AND ADMINISTRATION
Some of the best trails we have rode on! Great maps and trail signs make it Easy to navigate through trail systems!
Me and my wife came from Eastern Kentucky and Road are side by side for a week traveling 350 miles riding all the green and some blue Trails on every system enjoyed it it was very exciting wonderful Adventure I'll never forget it
The Rockhouse trail system is awesome! However, if you want hospitality while you are there, you better pack you up some and take it with you. The people of Man and Gilbert are so rude. We had planned on staying 4 nights and riding 3 full days. After our first night there, we were treated like they didn't care if we were there or not, we only stayed 2 nights and rode one full day. Our hotel room stunk and the water in the shower even smelled bad. We tried to go to the restaurant right beside the hotel the first night we were there, the waitress seated us but never came back to took our drink order or nothing. The next day we rode to Gilbert and ate at a place there and still, our waitress was not very polite. It's really sad that we were looking forward to a nice, relaxing vacation there but had to cut it short. I told my husband there was no point in us staying any longer and giving the ungrateful people in those cities our hard earned money.
This place used to be awesome for dirt bikes but now all the single track has been closed and the only thing left is dirt roads for razors. I used to love coming up here from Alabama to ride these trails but will not come back to ride dirt bikes because there is less tha. 5% singletrack left. Pitiful. If you have a razor this place is completely awesome
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