Cabwaylingo 75

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Located just east of Spruce Creek Campground, Cabwaylingo 75 is a challenging trail with steep hills, big rocks, and deep tire trenches. The trail begins off Highway 41 and begins climbing sharply as it makes its way out of Gourd Branch. Steep hills with deep trenching will test your tire traction, while big rock slabs and small boulders test your line selection. This is a great trail for those wanting to test their vehicle's capabilities. Cabwaylingo 55 is best suited for high clearance 4x4s with low range and larger tires. Traction aid devices could be necessary. 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.