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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-01-2016, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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I need to do some offroading. Does anyone know of a place not to far away that I can do that? Just looking to satisfy that dirt itch. Thank you

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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 02-02-2016, 03:55 AM
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What's too far away? Are you in Seattle, or outside Seattle? If you're north of Seattle, suggestions would be different than if your south. You could jump on I-90 and head towards the pass. A lot of old logging and forest service roads out that way, especially when you get closer to North Bend.
If you were in Snohomish County I would have better suggestions. Well used to anyways. A lot of the places I used to know have been blocked off, like Reiter Pit out past Gold Bar.

Oh, and call it wheelin. Offroading sounds so city.... lol jk

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I live in west seattle, but I'm down to drive anywhere really. I like Snohomish area, wouldn't mind something out there. Not from the city so I don't want anyone thinking that. When I think of wheelin I think of serious stuff like flexing out a solid axle or something. Thanks for the suggestions
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Anyone else? I know there is a bunch of PNWer's on here.

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Just so little public land around there anymore.

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That's what it seems like. Not as good as alaska that's for sure
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There's a pretty cool 4x4 loop in the Belfair area called Tahuya. Pretty popular with the Jeep community. Might be worth a look at.
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There's a pretty cool 4x4 loop in the Belfair area called Tahuya. Pretty popular with the Jeep community. Might be worth a look at.
Ive heard about Tahuya from a bunch of locals. I guess I'm gonna have to check that out. Thanks

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Some great trails and options out of Naches Washington. Great tight trails, Lots of technical areas, Good rocks. Check out the trails around moon rocks and funny rocks!

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Some great trails and options out of Naches Washington. Great tight trails, Lots of technical areas, Good rocks. Check out the trails around moon rocks and funny rocks!
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