Indian Ridge ATV Trails - West
The 8th most popular all terrain vehicle trail in West Virginia.
Saturday 6 August 2016 05:32 GMT
Near Ashland in McDowell County, the Indian Ridge Trail System is part of the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area, a 500 mile multi-use trail system combining singletracks and fire roads on corporate-owned property that are open to ATV riding. The Indian Ridge ATV Trails start at the Ashland Trailhead and winds through the hills.
The Indian Ridge Trail System has one trailhead with a 2 acre parking area and restrooms. This trail offers a nice variety of trails for all difficulty levels. The breakdown in trail percentage for this trail system is as follows: 24% are green trails (easiest), 47% are blue trails (more difficult), 20% are black trails (most difficult), and 9% are orange trails (single track). This trail system offers community access to the Town of Norhfork and the Town of Keystone.
The Ashland Trailhead of the Indian Ridge Trail System is located a short distance from I-77 near Princeton and Bluefield West Virginia. Driving north or south on Interstate-77, take Exit 1, follow truck route US 52 N through Bluefield to US 52 North 26.3 miles to Northfork, make a sharp right turn North onto Country Road 17 (Northfork-Ashland Road). Continue on County Road 17 another 6.5 miles to the entrance of the Ashland Trailhead.
Overall, Indian Ridge ATV Trails - West is the 8th most popular ATV riding trail of all 9 ATV trails in West Virginia. Several of the better atv trails are nearby Indian Ridge ATV Trails - West including Browning Fork ATV Trails, Buffalo Mountain ATV Trails, Dingess Rum ATV Trails, Pinnacle Creek ATV Trails, Little Coal River ATV Trails and Indian Ridge ATV Trails - East.