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03-21-2010 01:23 AM
Catalog We go out fairly often I am sure we can get a begginer run going for you.
02-28-2010 03:34 PM
RockGrrl
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In under an hour from Tacoma you can hit Evans Creek, Elbe Hills, Tahuya, and Capitol Forest if you know where to go out there.


Try Washington Virtual Jeep Club - wavjc.org - Jeep Jeeping Northwest Washington or NWJeepn.com, The Trail Starts Here! and you should find some local trail write ups and people to wheel with.

My GF and I wheel this area a lot and am sure we could take ya to a few places and show ya the trails.
Thanks! I need to mod my jeep a little before hitting the major trails but I'm definitely interested in wheeling with someone who has been there before and getting familiar with the trails. I'll be arriving to Tacoma mid April. Won't be settled in until May probably....So if you are headed out any time after that let me know. I'm stoked!
02-28-2010 03:30 PM
RockGrrl
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there are a few good places to go around here. most are about a hour or a little more from tacoma. you should check out www.the4x4network.com its a local forum with alot of info on area's around here. when are you going to end up getting to tacoma?
I'll be in there mid April. Thanks, I'll check out the site.
02-03-2010 04:59 PM
Catalog In under an hour from Tacoma you can hit Evans Creek, Elbe Hills, Tahuya, and Capitol Forest if you know where to go out there.




Try Washington Virtual Jeep Club - wavjc.org - Jeep Jeeping Northwest Washington or NWJeepn.com, The Trail Starts Here! and you should find some local trail write ups and people to wheel with.

My GF and I wheel this area a lot and am sure we could take ya to a few places and show ya the trails.
02-03-2010 10:11 AM
boomer27127 there are a few good places to go around here. most are about a hour or a little more from tacoma. you should check out www.the4x4network.com its a local forum with alot of info on area's around here. when are you going to end up getting to tacoma?
02-01-2010 12:15 PM
skeeter I don't know a lot about wheeling on the wet side but these guys do.
Eastern Washington Off Road • Index page
02-01-2010 03:20 AM
wasurfer86 im new to offroading so im kinda wondering the same thing. the only trail ive heard of is in belfair. belfair is probably no more then an hour north of tacoma. i really wanna try and find some unused trails out in the cascades. it would be a lot cooler to go to the mountains then a commonly used 4x4 trail, in my opinion.
01-30-2010 04:07 PM
RockGrrl
Relocating to WA

I'm relocating to the Tacoma area soon and would like to know if any of you Jeepers could tell me where there are any good off road trails. I'm guessing Olympia. Anywhere closer? I want to join a group too if anyone knows of one in that area. Thanks!

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