Mountain View Trail officially opened on August 16, 2013 with a little over 70 miles. Today, Mountain View Trial System has grown to about 118 miles on 5,000 acres with about 20 miles of Single Track. The trail connects the ATV friendly towns of St Paul & Coeburn where you will find some a variety of lodging, camping, restaurants and shopping.
Mountain View trail system is a multi-use trail system primarily designed for ATVs, Motorcycles and Side by Sides. With over 118 miles on 5365 acres of picturesque, users can begin in either of the ATV-friendly historic towns of St. Paul or Coeburn where they have access to a vast selection of lodging, camping, unique shopping, and dining offerings. After a day of riding the trails, you can country line dance at Coeburn’s very own Lay’s Hardware. In St. Paul, visitors can float the Clinch River which is one of the most bio-diverse waterways in North America.
Users can witness spectacular mountain views seen by the earliest settlers as they trekked westward for adventure and game. Riders can watch as the misty clouds roll forth over endless mountains while riding the trail. Spy abundant wildlife on this trail known for its top black bear and wild turkey encounters.
The trail system offers a satisfying mix of green and blue trails for riders wishing a more easy-going experience beneath a cool canopy of trees and foliage. Mountain View also offers experienced riders a heart-pounding, seat-shaking assortment of twisting, turning black trails for hard core ATV riders and 20 miles of single track for all you dirt bike riders out there. A short trip to Norton and you can explore Flag Rock Recreation Area & High Knob that rises to 4,223 feet above sea level. Be sure to keep an eye out for the Woodbooger!!
ATTENTION ALL MOUNTAINVIEW TRAIL RIDERS: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY TRAILS 97, 96, AND 27 HAVE BEEN CLOSED INDEFINITELY.
THIS FALL, SRRA AND THE NATURE CONSERVANCY WHO OWNS THE LAND, WILL ASSESS OPTIONS FOR ESTABLISHING AN EQUIVALENT AMOUNT OF NEW TRAIL THAT CAN BE LOCATED IN AREAS THAT CAN BE SUBSTAINABLY MAINTAINED AND DO NOT CREATE ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS.
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