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Experience “The Devil’s Den” at Hatfield McCoy
...if you dare

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Image courtesy of National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council, Inc.

The Hatfield-McCoy Trail has created a street/dual sport map for Southern West Virginia. The map is a guide for motorcycle enthusiasts. The map includes over 1,000 miles of street legal 2 lane motorcycle roads connected to 800 miles of dirt off-road trails. The area is located in the heart of the Hatfield-McCoy
Riding area.

Visit Hatfield McCoy's New Trail-The Devil's Den

Dare to Dance with the Devil
Ride with the spirit of “The Devil” through the hills and hollows of Southern West Virginia, where moonshine and mayhem helped ignite the infamous 19th Century Hatfield-McCoy Feud.

Throttle your bike up the tight switchbacks of Horsepen Mountain and loop around the same majestic Poplar tree three times before reaching the mountain’s crest. Enjoy over 1,000 miles of winding, twisting, historypacked roads in the backwoods that were once home to William Anderson “Devil Anse” Hatfield!

Experience “The Devil’s Den”         ...if you dare!

Know Before You Go:
All roads labeled on the inside map are West Virginia County Roads, State Roads or Interstate Highways. All State and Federal Laws apply while riding these roads.

Helmets are required by motorcycle riders and passengers in the State of West Virginia. 

Proof of insurance, vehicle registration and a valid driver’s license are required to operate your street or dual sport bike on any of these public roads. (No special permit is required to ride on any of these public roads.

If you leave the public roads and enter upon any of the Hatfield McCoy off-road trail systems, each operator and passenger must purchase a permit sticker to display on their helmet and otherwise abide by all of the rules and regulations applicable to the Hatfield McCoy Trails.  Visit for more information on off road riding.

Hatfield McCoy Trails offer over 800 miles of off-road, dual sport trails. The towns which offer access to these off-road trails are labeled on the inside map in RED. The public roads highlighted in this brochure wind through scenic and historic southern West Virginia mountains.

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