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Old 06-09-2013, 09:30 PM   #21
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We are also going to Hatfield Mccoy staying at the Ashland Resort from July 7-11 then moving to Hillbilly Heaven in Gilbert till the 14th. Trying to cover 5 of the 7 trail systems.
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Hope to be able to spend a coupla weeks in southern WV next summer. Been scouring youtube for videos to get a hint of where to go first.
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Is your rzr sized for ayv trails ? We have a teryx which i suppose will limit us some. We both felt a bit cramped in a rzr, as much as we like them.
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Is your rzr sized for ayv trails ? We have a teryx which i suppose will limit us some. We both felt a bit cramped in a rzr, as much as we like them.
Stock it is 50 inches, have bighorn tires, so now I'm about 54. Haven't had any problems on any trails, Some state forests have a limit of 50 inches, but I haven't been bothered with those. You wouldn't have any problem at Hatfield & McCoy. Pretty much all the trails are side by side friendly. A few Black trails are closed to side by side.
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Hope to be able to spend a coupla weeks in southern WV next summer. Been scouring youtube for videos to get a hint of where to go first.
Ashland Resort has trail access to three trails. Indian Ridge, Pinacle, & the newest, Pocahtas

Twin Hallow campground in Gilbert has trail access to Rockhouse, a very nice trail system.
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We head down to Carolina Adventure World in Winnsboro, SC. It' worth a look if you want to off road with a atv/sxs.
They have a campground with hookups for 30 & 50 amp with water and a remote dump station.
The folks are always real accommodating when we do our annual golf cart trail rides
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I have the Carolina Adventure World site on my list too, i live in Fl, with family in WV, In, and Oh. I have done some pretty serious trails in WV but not at a commercial or park trail systems. My brother can run from his home directly into a creekbed trail that can get you into an area that could easilly be measured in the hundreds of square miles. His son lives aroind 20 miles from him, and a trip to his home can be made with no more than two paved road crossings. I intend to spend a coupla weeks there in september. Should be a good test for the kawasaki. Not much in my area except sand trails and mud.
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Old 06-09-2013, 11:16 PM   #28
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Try this site, if you haven't allready.

RiderPlanet USA - ATV Trails, Motorcycle Trails, Motocross Tracks
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If your looking for a real nice area to ride go to Errol or Pittsburg in New Hampshire. A lot of wooded areas riding at 5000-8000 feet. Trails are marked
With street signs. We stayed for 10 days and rode 300 miles and only covered a small amount of the trails. A lot of vistas and it was hard to find anybody else out riding. Strongly advised to carry fuel. I felt the riding is a lot better than Hatfield McCoy with a lot more beauty in the wilderness. Also lots of moose and deer. You can down load all the trail maps onto your auto GPS or you hand held GPS. I E-mailed a lot of the local riding clubs and received a lot of good info and maps. Can't wait to go again!
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Sounds good, looks like i have to upgrade my utv though. Bought a used teryx, 08 model, carbeurated. Will need re-jetted for altitude. Wish that we could fit into a rzr, that 900 sounds great on the trail.
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