Buffalo Mountain

About This Trail System


The Buffalo Mountain Trail System

Most noted for..... historic relevance to the Hatfield-McCoy Feud and Matewan Massacre, overall amount of trails, one of three original HMT systems (opened in October 2000), high percentage of single track trails, two trailheads, and direct trail access to the towns Williamson, Delbarton, and Matewan.

Percentage breakdown of trails by difficulty rating-
Easiest (Green):  28%
More Difficult (Blue):  22%
Most Difficult (Black):  15%
Most Difficult (Red/Black):  4%
Single Track (Orange):  31%

Trailhead:
Located at 34 Oakwood Heights Rd., Williamson, WV 25661-9612 (lat 37.70070, long -82.21320) 
Has a 2+ acre parking lot, staffed trailhead, on site restrooms, permits & merchandise

Community Connector:
Williamson, WV (food, fuel, lodging available)
Delbarton, WV (food, fuel, lodging available)
Matewan, WV (food, fuel, lodging available)

Rider Helmet Cam Footage of Buffalo Mountain       


Nearby Towns and Terrain

Nearby Accomodations and Attractions See all...

Hatfield McCoy/Outback Cabin Rentals


 

Experience Wild and Wonderful West Virginia at its finest in historic Matewan, WV, home to the Hatfield-McCoy Feud, Matewan Massacre, and the now f...

Rt. 119 Powersports


 

We have been in business since 2000, and we pride ourselves on providing customers with the best-quality products and personal service. You can ord...

Matewan Depot Welcome Center & Museum


 

In the early 1900s the railroad depot became the center of community life. This was particularly true in Mingo County, WV and the Matewan Depot bec...

SPONSORS

 
Can-Am Flash