Dingess Rum Trails For Dirt Biking
The 6th most popular offroad motorcycle trail in West Virginia.
Friday 19 August 2016 04:36 GMT
East of Logan and Stollings, the Dingess Rum ATV Trails at the Bear Wallow Trailhead is part of the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area is a 300 mile multi-use trail system combining singletracks and fire roads on corporate-owned property. Presently, the system consists of five loops serviced by 5 restroom-equiped trailheads.
The Dingess Rum / Bear Wallow trail system has 125 miles of trails.
To reach the dirt biking at the Bear Wallow Trailhead for the Dingess Rum ATV Trails: Driving north or south on Rt. 119, take the Logan exit (Walmart). Follow Rt. 73 east to Rt. 10 south. Pass the town of Logan and make a left onto Rt. 17 north. Go under the train tressel (Only 9 high). Make a left onto Red Campbell Road at the Wanda Trailer Park. Make the second right and follow the road to the trailhead center. If you cannot fit under the train tressel, make a left (across from the Logan Professional Building) onto Rt. 17 truck route, follow the signs to Rt. 17 north and make a left.
Note: a helmet, eyewear and boots are required on the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System. Also, double riding is not permitted. The machine must be equipped with a spark arrestor and muffler. Annual, multi-day and one-day permits are available.
Overall, Dingess Rum Trails is the 6th most popular dirt bike trail of all 11 dirt biking rides in West Virginia. Several of the better dirt bike trails are nearby Dingess Rum Trails including Browning Fork Trails, Little Coal River Trails, Pinnacle Creek Trails, Buffalo Mountain Trails, Indian Ridge Trails - East and Indian Ridge Trails - West.