Great info! Thanks for posting!The NW Overland Rally in Plain WA is June 20 - 23 (just after most public schools break for summer). The BC Overland Rally is so popular that this year we are moving the event to Whistler BC! It's the following weekend, June 27-30. Our newest show, the Rocky Mountain Overland Rally is Aug 1-4, in scenic Gunnison CO, on a beautiful ranch surrounded by trails, mountains....Overland Rallies team!
Welcome to Overland Bound, @xeattle! The NorthWest Region is a wealth of activity, so I am sure you will find many opportunities to put some mud on the clean looking JKU . This forum, the NorthWest Region [link], is the perfect place to get started with getting to know your neighbors.I'm just north of Seattle by Arlington...
I looked at the OB map earlier and saw your location in the intersection by Safeway :) Fall City is a nice place to end up - Seattle gets better the further East you go :) I'm looking to go get the Jeep dirty - hit me up if you want to go explore some dusty roads. I understand there are some good ones in the Snoqualmie pass area.Sammamish! Soon to be Fall City and have lived all over, tired of moving but love movvvvviiiiinnnnnggggg! If you know what I mean!
Some resourcesThank you!
Awesome resources! Thank you! A few more weeks like last week and the trails will open :)Some resources
Off Road Trails WA
Maybe it's karma, maybe it's just bad luck that that the naches wagon trail caused us so much damage. This time we captured it on video...www.lastgreatroadtrip.com
Also, some fun little trails & camping areas around Lake Kachess & Lake Cle Elum/Salmon La Sac
See you on the trail. If it’s a modified 2nd Gen Nissan Pathfinder (R50), it’s probably me or a buddy who knows me!
Take a look at RainGoat's excellent post a couple up from this. Lots of great resources for finding dusty roads. Snoqualmie North Fork is about the only one that I know of locally but is pretty tame. Watch out for yahoos bombing down the road.Bothell, Washington, suburb northeast of Seattle
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Looking for moderately challenging trails for day trips
One good, moderately challenging forest road I found off of Interstate 90 is Forest Road 9021-110 in the McClellan Butte area. Heading eastbound on I 90 take exit #38 (SE Homestead Valley Road) towards an area known as Garcia. Fairly rocky and steep but generally doable with high clearance and good traction control. You will get moderate brush pin striping. Ends where the road has been blocked by a landside with a wide turnaround loop, fire ring and potential camp spot overlooking a scenic canyon. I'm no expert but I'm going to say it's a 3-4 on a 1-10 scale.Take a look at RainGoat's excellent post a couple up from this. Lots of great resources for finding dusty roads. Snoqualmie North Fork is about the only one that I know of locally but is pretty tame. Watch out for yahoos bombing down the road.