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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-05-2001, 06:16 PM Thread Starter
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wheeling in seattle....

it seems that i can go to whidbey island immide=iately...while i wantedto go to california... are there good trails near seattle???

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Re: wheeling in seattle....

I believe that there is some good stuff around Olympic National Park(in the Nat'l forest that surrounds the park, can't recall the name). It should be right up your alley. Wet, lots of mud, hills, trees, rocks, etc. etc.




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Re: wheeling in seattle....

What a scammer[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]!!!

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Re: wheeling in seattle....

ohh.. whos the scammer??? MR.. Enrique suave albany grunt.... what MEU is in Albany??? what dets do YOU support??? grunt my A$$!!!

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If you make it to Seattle , we`ll get together and do some wheelin` this summer. I`m about 150 miles North . Just a couple hours away [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]


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Re: wheeling in seattle....

Thers quite a few great places around the Northwest. Evans Creek at the base of Rainier, has good trails, rocks, ruts, etc, its an orv park of sorts, plus lots around the penninsula. e-mail any time if you want company or directions.

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Re: wheeling in seattle....

Hey Elusive, I'm on Camano Island, which is just across the bay from Whidbey Island. There's a lot of wheeling to do over here. Lots of trails with plenty of challenges for all. Walker Valley is probably the closest to where you would be (an hour or so drive?) If you get over this way, let me know. There are several people on this board from Seattle to Vancouver B.C. I think you'll like it.

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Go East young man. Manastash Ridge near Ellensburg has some great wheeling. All USFS trail systems. There are alot of good trails in the area and farther South in the Cascades. I have been there a few time. I live in Spokane.

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Re: wheeling in seattle....

You can goto the Olympics, the Cascades, play in Bremerton, go down to Oregon, or up to Vancouver. There are a ton of places to go, you just have to get out and look. Winter time is pretty soupy, and Capitol forest closes for the season so the trails dont get too beat up. I have been out to Eatonville, and that was pretty nice if your into trails, mud and ruts! Im in the Air Force, and moved here from Charleston SC. the weather takes some getting used to, but the summers are fantastic!!!!!!

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Western Washington is the evergreen state which means it is a pretty good place for a hardtop. Yes it rains but not that bad, other places have snow and ice, well we get rain instead. Actually about 16 inches a year where your looking I think. I live on the base of the Olympic Mountains and find it pretty cool. Whidbey island is a good place too. Lots to do in this area. Look forward to having another Jeeper in the area if you make it out.......

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