Nearby MTB Trails

High Knob - Brandywine Trail

It’s a short, but sweet 2.3-mile downhill trail with nearly 1,900 feet of descending on the Virginia/West Virginia border. Steep chutes and loose rocks will offer plenty of challenge, even for the most experienced downhillers. Check out the ride on MTB Project. We can help you shuttle this one.

High Knob - Brandywine Trail

North Fork Mountain Trail

This classic, West Virginia point-to-point ridge trail will get you deep into wild West Virginia. The 24-mile trail is best ridden from south to north, and you can do the whole thing or a section of it. With 95% singletrack, it’s a backcountry mountain biker’s dream trail. And yes, we can help you with the shuttle. Check out the ride on MTB Project.

North Fork Mountain Trail (IMBA epic)

Spruce Knob - Huckleberry Trail

There are plenty of trails to explore around Spruce Knob, but this ride will not only get you up to the top of Spruce Knob, but you’ll also enjoy the famous Huckleberry Trail singletrack. Expect 13.5 miles, 65% singletrack and about 1,000 feet of climbing and descending. Check out the ride on MTB Project.

Spruce Knob - Huckleberry Trail

Reddish Knob - Timber to Wolf

This local favorite ride in the George Washington National Forest gives you options. Ride up the famous, paved Reddish Knob road or get a shuttle to the top. Either way, you’ll still get in plenty of climbing in as you head out Timber Ridge and then turn onto Wolf Ridge. The full loop is 18.5 miles with 3,000 feet of climbing and descending. Check out the ride on MTB Project.

Reddish Knob - Timber to Wolf