Get “down & dirty” with our choice outfitter, Happy Trails ATV. Explore the Hatfield-McCoy Trails in this action-packed thrill ride! Available as a 4-hour clinic, a certified instructor will begin by teaching you the basics of control and safety. Then, outfitted with a helmet and goggles, you’re off on a “rip roaring” guided tour of the rugged backcountry of the Hatfield-McCoy trails. Whether you’re a novice or advanced rider, enjoy a true experience of West Virginia – Wild and Wonderful!
Mountaineer Package - 4 hour: A fun filled trip on the Hatfield-McCoy Trails; beautiful mountains, great scenery. This four hour trip includes safety course and beverages/snack. What a way to enjoy our area with family or friends!
ATVs are automatic so you need no experience. All the safety gear and courses are provided. Riding attire is required. That is long pants and boots. You may want to bring an extra change of clothing for after your ride. Trailhead facilities include changing and restrooms.
Hining in West Virginia:
So, you’ve had your big hits in the front of the raft, you’ve struggled up a 5.7 pitch, and you’ve even figured out how to bunny hop a log. Now its time to ice your West Virginia adventure cake. Slow it down and take a hike. The proximity of the New River Gorge National River, Gauley River National Recreation Area, and Babcock State Park is a boon for hikers seeking a close encounter with West Virginia flora and fauna. Choose from a plethora of well-marked, well-maintained trails often leading either to interesting historical sites or to yet another staggering view.
Whether your interest is exploring the area’s rich coal-mining history, catching a good view of the New River Gorge Bridge, adding some bird species to your life list, or simply enjoying peak fall colors, there is an ideal hike for you and your family. Class VI will be happy to arrange guided hikes appropriate for your needs. You’ll need sturdy footwear, a windbreaker or light rain shell, and a pack to carry your water bottle, camera, and snacks.
If you are interested in planning your own hike, a visit to the National Park Service’s Canyon Rim Visitor Center will be helpful. They have great maps and friendly, knowledgeable rangers. Be sure to look at their schedule of special events; they offer some great programs.
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