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post #31 of 1900 Old 09-27-2006, 02:03 PM
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post #35 of 1900 Old 10-01-2006, 10:55 AM
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my wife is from gig harbor and I was stationed at lewis for a while we get up there at least a couple times a year
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post #36 of 1900 Old 10-03-2006, 02:08 PM
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Bellevue.. but I work graveyard and have sunday, monday, tuesday off... makes it hard to meet up with people.

By the way, where can I get a map of the firetrails for western washington?

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post #37 of 1900 Old 10-03-2006, 10:16 PM
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Bellevue.. but I work graveyard and have sunday, monday, tuesday off... makes it hard to meet up with people.

By the way, where can I get a map of the firetrails for western washington?

You'll have to come out to Evan's again!
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post #38 of 1900 Old 10-04-2006, 01:46 AM
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Yakima, Washington.

Close to the Ahtanum, Rimrock and Naches wheelin' areas.

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post #39 of 1900 Old 10-05-2006, 05:05 PM
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Forget the fire roads. I have some trail maps on my website:

Click here for maps.

I have a map for the following areas:
  • Cle Elum
  • Evan's Creek
  • Manastash Ridge Area
  • Naches Trail

Feel free to download them. They are designed to be printed double sided on 11x17 paper. If you burn them to a disk and take it down to Office Depot or Kinkos have them print it out on a double sided 11x17 and then get that laminated you'll have a great trail map that's very durable. Total cost is about $2-3 per map incl. lamination.

Also, I found nwjeepn.com to be a great resource. He's listed about 50+ trails in the major wheel'n areas of Washington state. And, most of the trails are indexed to the various maps, both mine (of which I sourced some of his stuff on) and of the Forest Service and other agency maps.

However, if you DO want maps of fireroads I think you can get a big atlas book or a Washington Gazetter map book or something.

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post #40 of 1900 Old 10-06-2006, 09:09 PM
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Yakima, Washington.

Close to the Ahtanum, Rimrock and Naches wheelin' areas.

hey we are interested in doin rim rock soon would you be interested in joining us, maybe showin us around??

thanks
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hey all i am goin on sunday to reiter, if you can make it let me know, sorry for the late notice!!!!, we are meetin up at like 11 or 11:30 in monroe, let me know if you can make it!!!!!!!!!!!

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post #42 of 1900 Old 10-08-2006, 12:41 AM
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hey we are interested in doin rim rock soon would you be interested in joining us, maybe showin us around??

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I will have to pass. I don't care for Rimrock because of how easy you can die there. Most trails are off camber up or down steep hill climbs. Your rig should be locked up all around and you should have a winch. Two experienced wheelers died at Rimrock just this year because of their rigs had malfunctions. It is too easy to die at Rimrock. Little Naches is right down the road and safer place to wheel with a lot of challenges.

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post #43 of 1900 Old 10-17-2006, 10:04 AM
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7 blocks north of the Seattle city limits. I think they call it 'Shoreline', but I don't see any water
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post #44 of 1900 Old 10-17-2006, 12:29 PM
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I will have to pass. I don't care for Rimrock because of how easy you can die there. Most trails are off camber up or down steep hill climbs. Your rig should be locked up all around and you should have a winch. Two experienced wheelers died at Rimrock just this year because of their rigs had malfunctions. It is too easy to die at Rimrock. Little Naches is right down the road and safer place to wheel with a lot of challenges.

I believe ya that the trails are steep. I was looking at Jay's (lupinsea) previous trips there. He came across a sign.


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