Mountain View Trails is the ultimate destination for adrenaline chasers. Drive an RZR through the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of Southwest Virginia. Explore more than 100 miles on the winding Mountain View Trail. This is just one section of an amazing 5-trail system that has 400 miles of rugged terrain to explore. Ride along tree-lined paths and race through wide open ridge-lines that beckon adventure, all while soaking up spectacular mountain views. Take your pick from easy runs to technical climbs and experience Appalachia in the best way possible. The adventure doesn't end there... after a long day on the trails, retire to the Western Front Hotel. This beautiful boutique hotel is rich with Appalachian history; perfectly blinding rustic charm with a modern edge so there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy. Chill with friends while shooting a game of pool in the Roost lounge, grab some grub with the whole crew at Miltons Trailhead Grille, head out to the backyard to relax by the fire pit and roast some marshmallows. All conveniently located under one roof.
Ride Type: Off-Road
Vehicle Types: RZR
Duration: two-hour, three-hour, half-day, full-day, multi-day
Level: All Levels
Drivers must be 25 years of age or older. Specific Outfitter or state regulations may supersede guidelines, please confirm with the local Outfitter.
Seasonality: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Terrain Type: Mountain
SAFETY & SUSTAINABILITY
Polaris Adventures focuses on the safety of every rider, from vehicle overviews & training before every ride to a modern check out process, our outfitters are there to make sure you have a safe, memorable, adventure.
HAVE A QUESTION
Get in touch with any of our Outfitters directly to learn more about their adventures, requirements or how to build your perfect getaway. You can find their contact info above.
"The best trials we have ever ridden! The rental process was so simple and the hotel is a must see! The staff at the Western Front Hotel went above and beyond to make our experience unforgettable!"