The Second Longest Off-Highway Vehicle Trail In The World Is Here In West Virginia And It’s An Unforgettable Adventure

At a cumulative length of nearly 1,000 miles, the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System is the second longest off-highway vehicle trail in the world… and it’s right here in Southern West Virginia. Named for a famous feud that took place between two families, one from Southern West Virginia and one from Kentucky, the Hatfield-McCoy Trails are a bucket-list-worthy way to explore this portion of Almost Heaven. Prepare for an off-road adventure like no other when you climb into your off-road vehicle and head up any one of the 10 trails that comprise this massive trail system in rural West Virginia!

To learn more about planning your own unforgettable off-road adventure to Southern West Virginia, visit the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System’s website, Trails Heaven. There, you’ll find all sorts of helpful information about the trails, the permitting process, lodging, dining, trail towns, and more. Have you ever ridden any portion of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail? Which specific trail of the ten in this Trails Heaven system that’s the second longest off-highway vehicle trail in the world is your favorite?

Address: Hatfield-McCoy Trails, 180 Appalachian Outpost Trail, Man, WV 25635, USA

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