New here from Tacoma! I am active duty AF stationed at McChord and just picked up my 2014 Grand Cherokee Laredo in steel metallic. Switched over from a 2012 Avalanche. I definitely want to try some easy trails! I did some research on multiple websites and have an idea where I want to play. 1 site said Tahuya is very friendly to newbies so I will give that place a shot first! I read a lot of information related to driving on trails and saw a lot of videos so I understand the basic rules to being out there in the wilderness. Can't wait to give it a go!
Anything in particular I should be aware of at Tahuya in regards to the trails? I read on a site on how they mark up the trails. Basically, just follow the diamonds marked on the trees and that should be the easy path or something to that extent? I saw some Youtube videos of the trails there. Looks fun!
From what I understand, the trail system is easy to drive on. I have no interest in throwing a ton of mud around, splashing in puddles, or climbing big rocks with my QT1. I am more interested in just driving the trails. Would that be safe for 1 vehicle adventure? I read that they have bypass trails around some of the fun obstacles people attempt.
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