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Hatfield-McCoy Trail, Lyburn

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Over 600 miles of trails located in southern West Virginia. The Hatfield-McCoy Trails includes seven individual trail systems including Bearwallow, Rockhouse, Devil Anse, Buffalo Mountain, Pinnacle Creek, Indian Ridge and Pocahontas.
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  • Trails are commanded by 4 wheelers. In the.section I went to, in order to go from VA to WV trails either ride 1 difficult stretch to the road, or ride the road for 5 miles. Expensive given the level o...  more »
  • Great place to ride; SxS, 4wheelers, or motorcycles. You can go and go for forever. Pack a sandwich and some water because you won't want to stop riding! The trails are well maintained, large, wide, s...  more »
  • My husband drove from Eugene Oregon (I flew) to come out and ride with my brother and let me say it was worth it! We stayed at Sams Guest House in Northfort which was a 3 bedroom home with plenty of r...  more »
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  • Spent a weekend at the Ashland resort and had an awesome time, great trails and people. The only problems we experienced was dirt on the cabin floors when we arrived and the trails have traffic going two ways which wasn't a problem until we someone speeding down a narrow trail in a side by side, taking up the whole path. Great place, great trails and the game warden monitoring the trails was very helpful, will be coming back. Only recommendation would be stock up on anything you need because the grocery stores are few and far between.
  • We were on the rock house section, staying at twin hollows campground and cabins. First the bad part; these trails will ruin your view of your local trails (at least if you come from Pennsylvania or Ohio anyways). They are well groomed and well marked. The trails in my humble opinion are just the right, the are open and easy with some challenging areas and obstacles without being too easy and boring to ride, but just because the trails are broken down into sections no longer than 7 miles, don't expect to do short loops, these are very long trails with very long ascents and descents. The scenery is breathtaking. The towns are all atv friendly, meaning you can ride your atv right to the gas station, restaurants, car washes etc. The locals are absolutely nothing but nice, the rest of the country could learn a thing or 2 about friendliness and hospitality from southern WV. I was also very impressed with the other riders on these trails, everyone we passed was very courteous and knew how to use hand signals to let oncoming riders know how many more were in their group.
  • Buffalo Mountain Trail System is awesome...full of everything you'd want to see and do off-road. Trails are kept up well and fun for all riders with different experience levels.
  • Been here 4 rimes before. Love everything about the trail system an the people down here. So eager to lend a hand. Thanks to all for all the help. The down side to our trip was a few too many mechanical priblems. And our lodging. WARNING STAY AWAY FROM THE BOARS NEST. AC dont work. Theresa May the lady the manages the property. Is full of excuaes of why she cant do here job and take care of things. No toilet paper. Not clean. No ac. Just a grimy place to stay. She told me she was doing all she could di ti get the ac working. Said she couldnt get in touch with a heating an ac guy. Googles great. Took me 5 seconds....... if yoy dont mind coming back to a place that is 90 decrees. Have a ball. And good luck. Oh. And if yoy dont mind all yhe junkies calling the landline costantly..... something aint right with this place. Go some where else PLEASE. Save yourself the trouble
  • Great trails for whatever it is you ride. All the town's are off road vehicle friendly, so you can ride right into town get food, gas, whatever it is you want to do and get right back on the trails. They could use better signing of the trails.

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