Cabwaylingo 11

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Located within the Cabwaylingo State Forest and part of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System, trail 11 is best described as two sections. The first section is an easy, wide, and casual gravel road starting at the trailhead office and weaving its way up the hill to the Tick Ridge Campground. Along the way, you will pass the Indian Trail and a stunning picnic shelter next to a wooden bridge. Follow Tick Ridge a short distance past the campground, where the trail makes a hard turn and transitions to graded dirt. This starts the second section of the trail. Along this section, the trail sometimes narrows to only one vehicle wide and descends moderately steep hills and several steep and tight switchbacks. The trail crosses Wiley Branch and ends at an intersection with trails 74 and 25. This is a great trail for any stock SUV or pickup truck. Cabwaylingo has two campgrounds and multiple cabins located on-site. In addition, many home rentals can be found nearby. Hatfield-McCoy Trails are open 365 days a year, from sunup to sundown. Permits are required for all operators and passengers. Additionally, all drivers and passengers must wear a helmet on the trails. This includes full-size vehicles such as Jeeps.