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04-10-2011 08:46 PM
FirefighterRobT
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Originally Posted by XtrmTJ View Post
Vancouver Wa. Can't wait to get the Yacolt Burn Trails open ! Wheeling in ones own back yard, how cool is that !
What are the trails like up in the Yacolt Burn Area? What's the difficulty rating, or how extreme is it? And how experienced does the driver need to be?
10-17-2010 06:35 AM
Kurogo Sorra XtrmTJ, my computer broke down so haven't been on in a while. I remember the PW guys, even grabbed a business card. After I get my jeep back up and running and buy a new computer I'll go check out the site and sign on. Always looking to do volunteer work, especially out in the woods and even more so when it involves jeeps. I do alot of camping/hiking around swift and the YB area, would love to see a developed ORV out there.
10-01-2010 12:28 PM
XtrmTJ Big "Cruse - In" at WOODY'S 4X4 in Vancouver Wa. this Sunday, 10-3-10, from 9 AM to 3 PM. Raffles, Prizes, RTI, games for kids and adults, show - n - shine. Common and join in the FUN !
10-01-2010 12:25 PM
XtrmTJ The planning stage is almost done, we should be breaking ground (building trail) soon !
09-30-2010 05:39 PM
msmarlena I'm in Vancouver, I really like to go up to silver star mountain. there are a lot of fun trails up there. They are old logging trails and lots of places to go off the path.

xtrmtj, what is the latest news on the Yacolt burn?
09-12-2010 11:37 PM
wasurfer86
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You can read all about it on pistonswild.com that's the club I am in, we are spearheading the building of the 4X4 trails in the Yacolt Burn.
ill have to check it out
09-11-2010 11:14 AM
XtrmTJ You can read all about it on pistonswild.com that's the club I am in, we are spearheading the building of the 4X4 trails in the Yacolt Burn.
09-11-2010 01:35 AM
wasurfer86
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Originally Posted by XtrmTJ View Post
Vancouver Wa. Can't wait to get the Yacolt Burn Trails open ! Wheeling in ones own back yard, how cool is that !
you know of any website that has any info about yacolt burn trails?
09-10-2010 12:27 PM
XtrmTJ Vancouver Wa. Can't wait to get the Yacolt Burn Trails open ! Wheeling in ones own back yard, how cool is that !
09-09-2010 11:39 PM
wasurfer86
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TY ! Where you at?
silverdale. its directly west across the puget sound from seattle. about a half hour drive from tahuya. what about yourself?
09-09-2010 11:26 PM
206dawgfan I went to Tahuya over Labor day, I had a great time. Just got my new BFG All Terrians and they were great tires. The trails are really fun, I am new to the Jeeping world so they were perfect to cut my teeth on. I was out there with my buddy who had his bronco. Cant wait to go again, hopefully there will be a little mud next time.
09-09-2010 09:31 PM
XtrmTJ
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your jeep is a BEAST
TY ! Where you at?
09-08-2010 10:45 PM
Reckincrue Im in Central WA near Yakima.
09-08-2010 10:40 PM
wasurfer86 your jeep is a BEAST
09-08-2010 07:45 PM
XtrmTJ
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Originally Posted by Kurogo View Post
Welcome to the club! I'm at the opposite corner of the county from you, up in La center. There are a number of wheelin' clubs here, but unfortunately no ORV-friendly trails in SW Washington. There was a jeep rally today in vancouver that was fund-raising to develop a trail in the Yacolt burn site, it was alot of fun. Hopefully they are successful and we can finally get our first designated ORV trail!
I was at that event, our club "Pistons Wild" are spear heading this Off Road Trail in the Yacolt Burn. Go to PistonsWild.com to see more. Finely, wheeling in OUR back yard ! Please feel free to join our forum and volunteer to help get this trail system up and running.
08-26-2010 07:52 PM
boomer27127
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I'm in the Spanaway area. How difficult is Evans Creek? Mt. Rainer is only an hr from me.
I have only been to evens creek once and we spent the day running just about every trail up there. I'd say its probably my favorite place to wheel locally soo far. we went this summer when it was pretty dry and had no problems what so ever but with a little rain or snow i could see it changing quite a bit and being a lot harder to get through. Id recommend getting a few people that have been there before to take you out for your first time just because they know what to expect on the trails.

you should check out this site. there seems to be quite a few really good local people on there with a lot of knowledge about both the trails and jeeps. they also seem to try and get runs to gether pretty often. maybe you could join one some time!
Washington Virtual Jeep Club - wavjc.org - Jeep Jeeping Northwest Washington
08-25-2010 04:50 PM
RockGrrl I'm in the Spanaway area. How difficult is Evans Creek? Mt. Rainer is only an hr from me.
08-24-2010 10:25 PM
montgomery7361 ummm.... not to many that i know of but i know there are a lot of them out there, just search around i guess.. PNW pacific northwest wheelers is a big site or club that a lot of people are on.
08-22-2010 11:49 PM
Steel02001 Are there any Jeep groups/clubs in the area that go out? I would love yo go out some time, dont have the tires for it currently but they're at the top of the list.
08-22-2010 06:32 PM
montgomery7361 renton alright, we usually go to a few places, one over by bremerton called Belfair (tahuya) thats they easiest place, another by Mt. Rainier one called evans creek, one elbe hills, one by cle elum there is a little town called liberty, and another the biggest in washington is Nachese. thats about all of them around here really... a few others but im not exactly sure where they are and im pretty sure they are pretty hard.
08-15-2010 05:11 AM
Steel02001 Im in Renton
08-11-2010 06:37 PM
wasurfer86
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Originally Posted by Steel02001 View Post
Another new washingtonian here, so where are the ORV trails in washington? Rather, where do you guys go typically?
where you at?
08-10-2010 01:31 AM
Kurogo Usually I go out towards the Swift reservoir. There's some decent spots once you get into the Gifford Pinchot if you wanna play on some rocks. Woodland Bottoms also has some decent mud holes. I mostly use the jeep to get to those hard to reach camping/hiking areas, but if you poke around enough, you'll find some decent trails made by the hunters and loggers.
08-10-2010 01:05 AM
Steel02001 Another new washingtonian here, so where are the ORV trails in washington? Rather, where do you guys go typically?
08-09-2010 02:28 AM
Kurogo Welcome to the club! I'm at the opposite corner of the county from you, up in La center. There are a number of wheelin' clubs here, but unfortunately no ORV-friendly trails in SW Washington. There was a jeep rally today in vancouver that was fund-raising to develop a trail in the Yacolt burn site, it was alot of fun. Hopefully they are successful and we can finally get our first designated ORV trail!
03-16-2010 09:30 PM
kenjo
New jeep guy in SW WA

I'm in Washougal, just bought my first Wrangler (98 TJ) and am interested in any local clubs in the SW Washington area that are active in trail rides, technical support, etc. Any suggestions? Thanks.


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