The following trails are available for mountain bikers throughout the year.
1 1/2 miles. This trail starts on Middle Ridge Road and ends near the shooting range. A rocky overhang makes this trail a technical challenge for bikers.
1 mile. A steep challenging downhill trail from Middle Ridge Road to Pigeon Roost Trail. Look for the right hand alternative route around the steepest section "spectator falls".
2 1/2 miles. Fairly level trail beginning at the footbridge below the lake and following Davis Creek to Copperhead Rock below the stables. The trail can also be accessed from the forest office and the pool area. Easy with moderate sections.
3/4 mile. A moderate trail that goes from the head of Shrewsbury Hollow to Middle Ridge Road.
3/4 mile. A moderate trail ascending Pigeon Roost Hollow up to the West Boundary Road.
1 1/2 miles. This trail begins on the C-26 Gas Well Road and ends in Dunlop Hollow. Bikers watch for signs, #1 Store Trail and the northern portion of Pine Ridge Trail are for hikers only. Moderate with difficult sections.
1 1/2 miles. This downhill trail splits off of Ballard Trail very close to Middle Ridge Road and ends at the road to the Shooting Range. Moderate.
1 1/2 mile. The trail begins at Middle Ridge Road near gas well c-25 and ends into Davis Creek Trail. The Access trail splits off to Shrewsbury Hollow Road above pool area. Moderate with difficult sections.
2 miles. The trail begins on the west Boundary Ridge Road and runs between Polly and Dunlop Hollows descending into Dunlop Hollow Picnic area. Moderate with some difficult switchbacks.
More than 25 miles of designated hiking trails provide a challenge for even the most serious hiker.
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A Kanawha State Forest Hiking/Biking Guide and Topographical Map is available for purchase at the forest office.
The guides are produced by Kanawha State Forest Foundation and are approximately 22”x18”. There is a minimal purchase fee. For more information, phone (304) 558-3500..