An ATV trail like the Hatfield-McCoy network in the southern part of the state may be coming to Central West Virginia.
Researchers at the Rahall Appalachian Transportation Institute in Huntington are finishing a feasibility study on a proposed trail that will be delivered to the state legislature next month, the Charleston Gazette reports.
The new trail network could be touch Braxton, Calhoun, Clay, Gilmer, Lewis, Nicholas, and Webster counties.
The feasibility report is only the first step in actually building a trail network. If the report concludes a new trail would help the state and is worth pursuing, the state would still have to find money to build it.