Bunners Ridge - TRAIL

Bunners Ridge - Trail, Fairmont, Virginia

interconnecting trails from beginner to killer hardcore downhills

User Reviews (2)

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Roger   [Apr 28, 2000]

Well, my first experience with this trail system was nice. We found that you can ride down hill as long as you like but only you have to climb back up it. This trail system is just that a system there are a ton of trails. Every where you look there are trails. We happened to find a dual track that crossed a small creek over and over again. This was nice on a warm day to keep us cool. I could not begin to tell you how to get there, but non the less it was a blast. If you want to ride ruff and ungroomed trails this is the place for you. It is as hard as you make it. This is NOT for beginners you must me advanced to a point to get in to the real ruff stuff.

Customer Service

same as above

Similar Products Used: Vally Falls , Run the race course. A pro did it in 33 min this year. I cant even get close
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Craig   [Jul 24, 2000]

Dont go here expecting to find a well marked trail system. This place is a pretty decent place to ride, but you have to visit a couple of times to get used to it you will feel like youre lost the first time you are there!!! These are a system of four wheeler and dirt bike trails that can get pretty technical at times, especially Voodoo mountain (local name) you will notice it when you get to it. This thing is mean but a definite challenge for the experienced biker.(make sure your brakes work). when it is dry it is an awesome place to ride for anyone in the area, because we know that the riding is slim to none in the fairmont clarksburg area. You can access all trails directly behind the country music hall. Start by the mens outhouse(I hope no one from out of state reads this WE DO HAVE INDOOR PLUMBING!!) and go down the hill you will soon come into an array of trails both single and double track. you will find a few intermediate climbs but really nothing to kill a person. The only thing that sucks here is riding in the mud. If it rains the slightest bit it becomes a mess. there are alot of deep mudholes and the trails become mush (dont get me wrong I like the mud but this place can be rediculous) use a lot of wet lube. other than that its a cool place to ride and if you get the chance try the race there the Hard Rock 30K . If you get out there soon the race course might still be marked with orange ribbons.

Customer Service

Behind Sagebrush Round-up

Similar Products Used: Coopers Rock, Mountwood, Valley Falls, Big Bear, Snowshoe mtn.(awesome), Dont ride Watters Smith if you have any biking experience a 6 yr old could ride here.
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