Trails

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The Pinnacle Creek Trail System

Most noted for..... one-third of the largest continuous areas of the HMT network along with Pocahontas and Indian Ridge trail systems and connectors.   Pinnacle Creek is also known for its scenery and proximity to Twin Falls State Park (15 miles) as well as skiing and whitewater rafting (within 1 hour).

Percentage breakdown of trails by difficulty rating are as follows;
Easiest (Green):  33%
More Difficult (Blue):  41%
Most Difficult (Black):  8%
Most Difficult (Red/Black):  10%
Single Track (Orange):  8%

Trailhead:
Located at 2733 Pinnacle Road, Pineville, WV 24874 (lat 37.55580, long -81.50793)
Has a 2+ acre parking lot, staffed trailhead, on-site restrooms, permits & merchandise

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The Indian Ridge Trail System

Most noted for..... one-third of the largest continuous areas of the HMT network along with Pocahontas and Pinnacle Creek trail systems and connectors.

Percentage breakdown of trails by difficulty rating are as follows
Easiest (Green):  18%
More Difficult (Blue):  46%
Most Difficult (Black):  25%
Most Difficult (Red/Black):  2%
Single Track (Orange):  9%

Trailhead:
Located in the town of Ashland, WV, near Northfork, WV. (lat 37.41330, long -81.35263)
Has a 2+ acre parking lot and on-site restrooms.  This trailhead is NOT staffed.  Permits and merchandise can be purchased at Ashland Resort which is directly connected to the system and is the nearest business to the trailhead.

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The Pocahontas Trail System

Most noted for..... one-third of the largest continuous areas of the HMT network along with Pinnacle Creek and Indian Ridge trail systems and connectors.   Pocahontas is also known as historic former millionaire town of Bramwell where it's trailhead is located.  The Pocahontas trail system is the nearest HMT trail to the I-77 Turnpike and gateway to the southeast.

Percentage breakdown of trails by difficulty rating are as follows;
Easiest (Green):  22%
More Difficult (Blue):  47%
Most Difficult (Black):  22%
Most Difficult (Red/Black):  3%
Single Track (Orange):  6%

Trailhead:
The trailhead is located at 174 Simmons Ave. Bramwell, WV 24715 (lat N 37 19 40, long W 81 18 47).  The trailhead site currently has a 2+ acre parking lot and onsite portable restrooms. Permits can be purchased at the Bramwell City Hall or nearby businesses.

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Part of the Spearhead Trails system, the Original Pocahontas is situated near historic Pocahontas, Virginia. Head to the deep woods for breathtaking views along more than 70 miles of trails.

Percentage breakdown of trails by difficulty:

Easy: 38%
Moderate: 42%
Hard: 20%

Trailheads:
Choose from two trailheads. One is located in the town of Pocahontas near the town park and offers a small parking lot and access to town via ATV-friendly roads. The other trailhead is a few miles outside of town at Boissevain Park and offers a large parking lot, bathrooms, a shelter and access to fuel and food.

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Want to try an on-road mountain challenge? Hop in a Slingshot SL and hit the nation’s premier riding road. With 32 miles of curves, Back of the Dragon crosses three mountains in its course from Tazewell, Virginia to Marion, Virginia.

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The Mountain View “Off Highway Vehicle” system is a multi-use trail system that offers a mix of trails for riders of all skill levels. The trailhead opens to more than 100 tree-lined miles and is located in OHV-friendly St. Paul, Virginia.

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