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Old 05-18-07, 07:17 PM   #1
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Slatyfork

Hey guys,

My friend and I are planning a trip to Slatyfork in June. We are going to be driving down there and plan to camp out for two nights. I know the area around Slatyfork is huge and I wanted to know where the best places to ride were consider we will only have 3 days to explore. I also wanted to know what a good campground was for as to stay at (something centrally located to keep driving to a minimum). Also if you guys had any general advice about doing camping/biking trips it would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 05-18-07, 08:09 PM   #2
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Go over to www.mtbr.com and post on the wv forum or just search Slatyfork. Could also just pm Davis over at mtbr.com or wait for lowcel to post here.
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It's been many years since I've been there last but I bought an area trail map from this place - http://www.ertc.com/mountainbiking.cfm . I've camped at a Bed & Breakfast that had camp sites just down the road from the Elk River Center and also there was a town quite a few miles south that had a few motels and restaurants.
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Definately hit up the folks at Elk River for info - they are THE SOURCE!
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