Bearwallow

About This Trail System


The Bearwallow Trail System

Most noted for..... being one of three original HMT systems (opened in October 2000).  It is also noted for its more difficult rated trails, most difficult rated trails, and difficult single track. Bearwallow is located near the historic site of the Battle of Blair Mountain, and has direct trail access to and from the town of Logan, WV. Bearwallow is also open to 4x4s and ORVs.

Percentage breakdown of trails by difficulty rating as follows; 
Easiest (Green):  9%
More Difficult (Blue):  45%
Most Difficult (Black):  31%
Most Difficult (Red/Black):  6%
Single Track (Orange):  9%

Trailhead:
Located at 247 Bearwallow Dr., Ethel, WV 25076 (lat 37.86384 long -81.93193)
Has a 2+ acre parking lot, staffed trailhead, on site restrooms, permits & merchandise.

County Roads Byway Visitor's Center:
Located at 40 Welcome Center Rd., Logan, WV 25601. Serves as an additional trailhead for the Bearwallow System. Has parking lot, on site restrooms, permits & merchandise available. Take the Visitor's Center connector to access the Town of Logan and Community Connector to Bearwallow. 

Community Connector:
Logan, WV (food, fuel, lodging available)


Rider Helmet Cam Footage of Bearwallow
 
   


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