BUFFALOMOUNTAIN TRAIL SYSTEM Opened in October 2000, the Buffalo Mountain Trail System is one of three original trail systems. It is known as the most historical trail system, as well as the one with the most single track trails, making it incredibly popular with dirt bike enthusiasts. Combined with the connecting Devil Anse and Rockhouse systems, this three-trail combination offers something for every rider’s level of skill. The connection between the Buffalo Mountain and Devil Anse trails also offers the closest historical ties to the infamous Hatfield-McCoy Feud. Buffalo Mountain Trailhead 34 Oakwood Heights Road, Williamson, 304.235.0442
The Buffalo Mountain Trail System offers over 100 miles of trails when all are open to the public, with more than 200 additional miles including the connecting trails of Devil Anse and Rockhouse. This network has a great balance in mileage for novice, intermediate, and advanced skill level riders. It is a great destination for single-day or multi-day adventures. Note that this trail is not currently open to the 4x4 user group. This system has three community connectors providing direct access to the ATV-friendly towns of Delbarton, Matewan, and Williamson. Each of these towns offers gas, food, and lodging.
The trailhead has a two-plus-acre park- ing lot, staff on site, on-site restrooms, permits, and merchandise.
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