|11-10-2012 03:45 AM|
I live in the Bonney lake, sumner area and we have Evans creek by carbonado which are popular but I haven't tried since I don't kno how my stock jeep can handle the trails. There are miles of logging roads/trails behind wilkeson where you can drive ride high enough in the mountains to get a spectacular view of Tacoma sound and seattle sound. Not a challenging ride though. Just potholes and some mud pits.
Very interested in any other trails west side that my stock tj can handle!
|10-28-2012 01:10 AM|
|tj00wrangler||In skagit county is Walker Valley.|
|10-12-2012 05:28 PM|
|Desperado||South of Belfair in Tahuya State Forest, there is a 6.7 mile loop that's easy enough for a stock Jeep. Usually pretty muddy and for the most part you don't even need the 4x4.|
|10-12-2012 05:03 PM|
|MJRob||If your on the south west side there are some fun old roads in Gifford Pinchot NF just south of the sunset falls area|
|09-30-2012 01:10 PM|
|Engine5truck||I been waiting for somethin like this! Just got a stock 07 wrangler 4 door and been lookin for places/ people to go with|
|09-29-2012 09:45 PM|
Official Western Washington Trail List
There seems to be a lack of information on the trails/logging roads everyone rides around here. Post up what you know, whether it's just an ungated logging road or whatever.
It's just a logging road, but the roads around Pilchuck Falls off of Granstrom Road off of Lake Cavanaugh Road are pretty cool. There's a campground down by the river and there's a really steep hike down the mountain to a waterfall of sorts. If you go all the way to the top of the hill, there's a big gravel pit that's fun to mess around in.