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Old 03-04-2007, 03:29 PM
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There is not much here in Mingo Co. I am moving in a few years to TN...I do say the trails are great here though! Hatfield and McCoy trail System is 500 miles of trails......Buffalo Mountain Trail Head is right here in Delbarton, WV if any one is interested! The three community connectors are Williamson, Matewan, Delbarton. Gilbert trail will soon be connected. You can ride ATV to all these places. I manage a rental if any one is interested. It is brand new. Come and Ride in the mountains...............
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Old 03-09-2007, 07:12 AM
Location: Lake Co. Montana
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When yu said 'Trail Riding, my first thought was 'Horseback Trail Riding', which I love. I wouldn't enjoy it any other way. I like the quiet of nature when in the woods..
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Old 03-03-2017, 11:06 AM
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Default Southern West Virginia to get New ATV Trails

The Hatfield - McCoy trail system is set to expand greatly in southern West Virginia.

Charleston Gazette-Mail | Hatfield-McCoy Trail sets sights on new trail systems
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Old 03-03-2017, 02:51 PM
Location: ADK via WV
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It is already among the best of its kind in the country, so more trails will only mean more potential for tourism and special events. It would be amazing if more Atv/Utv guide and rental businesses opened up. Most people would enjoy using the trails without investing thousands of dollars in the vehicles. Still though, a large percentage of Southern WV own them. My family has one, and it is a great investment. Especially when the snow hits heavy and you have the ability to plow your driveway and the neighborhood.
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