Cabwaylingo 18

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Connecting Highway 41 and the southwestern corner of Cabwaylingo State Forest, trail 18 is an easy, straight-through trail with small exposed rocks and large water bars. Long-wheelbase vehicles should avoid this trail to keep from bottoming out on the water bars. This trail is extremely tight and only one-vehicle wide the entire length, making passing oncoming traffic difficult. This is a fairly scenic drive through an old-growth forest with extremely large trees. Unique rock formations with bright green moss line small sections of the trail and break off into deep reaches of the forest. A stock high clearance, short-wheelbase vehicle is recommended for this trail. 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.