Hatfield-McCoy Trails now open to UTVs
February 19, 2009
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The Hatfield-McCoy Trail System recently opened a number of trails to approved UTVs.
LYBURN, W.Va. — West Virginia's Hatfield-McCoy Trail System recently opened its green and blue trails (which designate easy and moderate terrain) to approved UTVs. This makes Hatfield-McCoy the largest UTV-friendly trail system in the country, Hatfield-McCoy said in its latest newsletter.
Side-by-side vehicles are only allowed on Hatfield-McCoy's green and blue trails and are subject to a number of safety rules, according to the newsletter. All UTV operators on the trails must possess a valid driver's license and the number of passengers on a UTV is limited to the number of working seat belts, among other regulations.
The side-by-side machines approved for use on the Hatfield-McCoy Trails are the Arctic Cat Prowler, the Kawasaki Mule and Teryx, the Kubota RTV, the Polaris Ranger and Razor, the Suzuki QUV, and the Yamaha Rhino.
For more information on the trails, go to trailsheaven.com.