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Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
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Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more! Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
Mountain Manners


  • Travel only where permitted
  • Respect the rights of others
  • Educate yourself
  • Avoid streams, meadows, wildlife, etc...
  • Drive and travel responsibly
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  • Travel only on trails, roads or areas open to vehicles or other forms of travel.
  • Make sure the trail you're using is available for your type of vehicle.
  • Cutting switchbacks or taking shortcuts can destroy vegetation and cause other to use unauthorized route.
  • Most trails designated for OHV use are constructed to withstand effects of use, reducing impact.
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  • Respect and be courteous to other users who want to enjoy the area you're using. Be considerate of their desire for solitude and a peaceful backcountry experience.
  • Give others the space and quiet you would appreciate.
  • Be cautious when driving around horses or hikers.
  • Be sensitive to campers need for a peaceful atmosphere.
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  • Educate yourself by talking to land mangers.
  • Obtain permission to use or cross private lands.
  • Comply with all trail and road signs
  • Honor all barriers that are there to protect resources, and wildlife.
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  • Avoid sensitive areas at all times.
  • Stay on designated roadways and trails so that new scars are not established.
  • Cross streams only where roads or trails intersect them.
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  • Drive and travel responsibly to protect the areas that you enjoy.

Some tips on not letting the outdoors take a bite out of you!

  • Be scent-free: Bugs and bees are attracted to shampoos, soaps and lotions.
  • Cover up: Cover your skin as completely as possible, especially guys( mosquitoes luv ya!)
  • Color Conscious: The best colors to wear are khakis or neutrals, stay away from blue!
  • Repellent: Use it on the clothing as well as uncovered skin. DEET are the most effective. For those of you concerned with chemicals try citronella. Keep it with you!
  • Pick your spot! Mosquitoes like cool, moist spots; Flies are attracts to animals and sweets; Blackflies, to dark moving objects; yellow jackets are drawn to food.
  • Time of day: Blackflies come out in the morning; Mosquitoes, dawn and twilight; Deerflies at midday.
  • Kids: Children are closer to the ground and are easier targets for bug bites.
This info was provided by the Tender Corp. For more, log onto www.tendercorp.com




Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
Travel West Virginia Trails Online - Hiking, bike, Ski, Horseback recreation trails and more!
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