Cabwaylingo 14

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At just over 3.5 miles long, Cabwaylingo 14 is a straight-through trail that, in combination with trail 22, connects Highway 41 to Highway 35. This trail weaves its way through thick forest, up and down hillsides, across tight hollows, and leaves you feeling like you are hundreds of miles from civilization. There are several extremely steep hills and multiple water bars that had a stock JLU bottoming out in the hard-packed dirt. The trail surface is hard-packed, 1.5 vehicles wide, with no obstacles. This trail is best suited for a high clearance vehicle with low range. 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.