Devil Anse Trail System
Indian Ridge Trail System Indian Ridge is the central trail system connection between the Pinnacle Creek and Pocahontas systems. Located near Ashland, the Indian Ridge Trail System offers a nice variety of trails of all difficulty levels. Indian Ridge is approximately 100 miles of trail when all are open to the public and, combined with the Pinnacle Creek, Warrior, and Pocahontas trails, the four trail system network offers nearly 400 miles of riding adventure. The trails are open to all skill levels of riders including novice, intermediate, and advanced level trail riders who wish to ride between the three trail systems. The trails are open to dirt bikes, SxSs, and ATVs. Note that this trail is not currently open to the 4x4 user group. This trail system offers community access to the ATV-friendly towns of Northfork and Keystone. Nearby communities offer gas, food, and lodging. Indian Ridge Trailhead Located in the town of Ashland, near Northfork. It has a two-plus-acre parking lot and on-site restrooms. This trailhead is not staffed. Permits and merchandise can be purchased at the Ashland Resort, which is directly connected to the sys- tem and is the nearest business to the trailhead.
Bearwallow Trail System
The Devil Anse Trail System opened to the public in May 2016. Named after William Anderson Hatfield, also known as Devil Anse, the trail system has a rich connection to the Hatfield-McCoy feud that played out in this area along the Tug Fork River. Riders can visit the Hatfield Cemetery just off the trail in Sarah Ann. The Devil Anse Trail System connects with the Buffalo Mountain and Rockhouse trail systems and is primarily recommended for intermediate and advanced level trail riders who wish to ride between the three systems. The trails are open to dirt bikes, SxSs, and ATVs. Note that this trail is not currently open to the 4x4 user group. The Buffalo Mountain, Devil Anse, and Rockhouse systems together offer more than 300 miles of trails. The Devil Anse system has direct access to gas, food, and lodging. Devil Anse Trailhead The trailhead for Devil Anse is located on Main Street in downtown Matewan, near the historic site of the Matewan Massacre. It has a parking lot, staff on site, on-site restrooms, permits, and merchandise.
Located near the ATV-friendly town of Logan, the Bearwallow Trail System is one of the three original Hatfield-McCoy Trails systems that opened in October 2000. Its mix of trails from easy to technical and its scenic vistas make it one of the more popular systems. This trail system is located at the foothills of the historic Battle of Blair Mountain site and has approximately 100 miles of trails when all are open to the public. Bearwallow is a great destination for a one day or multi-day adventure and is the only trail open to ORVs (4x4s) as well as ATVs, UTVs, and off-road motorcycles. This trail system has direct access to the ATV- friendly communities of Logan, West Logan, and Chapmanville for gas, food, and lodging. Note that the Bearwallow trails do not have a direct connection to other trail systems. Bearwallow Trailhead 247 Bearwallow Drive, Ethel, 304.831.2042 The trailhead has a two-plus-acre parking lot, staff on site, restrooms, permits, and merchandise.
Country Roads Byway Visitors Center 40 Welcome Center Drive, Logan, 304.752.4645
The Country Roads Byway Visitors Center serves as an additional trailhead for the Bearwallow Trail System. It has a large parking lot, on-site restrooms, permits, and merchandise available. Take the Visi- tors Center connector to access the town of Logan or the community connector to access the Bearwallow Trail System.
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