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Old 06-23-11, 07:47 AM   #1
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snowshoe,wv area

has anyone been around the snowshoe,wv area mtn biking?...what are the best trails in the area?...gonna be there for a couple of days next week and wanted to get the most out of the trip
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There are lift served downhill trails at the Resort itself.

Elk River Touring Center in Slatyfork (about 10 miles from the resort) is a good resource for info on trails other than the resort.

And I know this is the MTB forum, but if you also ride road bikes, the Highland Scenic Highway is fantastic. You can make a century loop from Snowshow including the Highland Scenic Highway. Google Cheat Mountain Challenge and you'll find it.
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