Hatfield McCoy Trails Rules:
* No alcoholic beverages may be consumed or carried.
* Obey all signs, gates, and barriers.
* Only enter and exit the trail systems at a trail head or town connector.
* Do not enter a no trail, no entry or gated area.
* Drive or ride at a speed reasonable for conditions.
* Motorcycles and ATV's must have a properly functioning muffler and USFS approved spark arrestor.
* Stop when signaled by a ranger.
* Adult supervision is required for those under age 18.
* Do not litter.
* No fires.
* No camping on the trails.
* Trail system is open from sunrise to sunset.
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Twin Hollow Is Centrally Located To All Hatfield McCoy Trail Systems. Stay With Us & Ride Them All!
The Devil Anse Trail System Connects The
Rockhouse & Buffalo Mountain Trail
Systems Allowing Twin Hollow Guests Direct
Access To 3 Trail Systems & Over 300
Miles Of The Hatfield Moccy Trails
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Trail Info!
The Buffalo Mountain Trail System is known as the most historic trail system, as
well as the one with the most single track trails. This System has three community
connectors at Matewan, Delbarton, and Williamson, WV, all of which are ATV friendly and
two Trailheads located at Buffalo Mountain and Matewan. The breakdown in trail
percentage for this trail system is as follows: 28% are green trails (easiest), 22% are blue
trails (more difficult), 15% are single black diamond (most difficult), 4% are double black
diamond (extreme difficult), and 31% are orange trails (single track only)
Devil Anse Trail System links up to two other Hatfield McCoy Trail Systems- Rockhouse
and Buffalo Mountain- totaling over 300 miles. The trailhead is located in the town of
Matewan, historically known for being the heart of the Hatfield McCoy Feud. The trail
system has direct access to gas, food and lodging. The breakdown of trails by difficulty
rating as follows: Easiest (Green): 26% More Difficult (Blue): 53% Most Difficult (Black): 7%
Most Difficult (Red/Black): 1% Single Track (Orange): 13% (single track only).