REEAAlLYY NEED HELP finding TRails in cda/Spokane area!!
Hey its my first jeep, and I really want to take it out and do some climbing on rocks, and flexing, but i cant find any place to go.:banghead: I really dont care for going through mud, but i really want to find some good trails, that I could hill climb and stuff. It will be my first time out but i cant find anything. If you know a trail or ORV park that might be worth for me to check out in the Coeur d Alene or Spokane area please reply to this thread.
Thanks, but in the video you are mudding, i really would rather do climbing and stuff. i have looked at 7 mile, but i cant really find much info about it. Are there climbing spots? Is it open? Could u give me some info about it.
04-04-2011 09:36 PM
Its on the NW side of Spokane. Not much mud, that was a big water hole. Mostly sand. Yes there is climbing hills there. If you dont have lockers then some of it is a little challenging. Lots of trail around. Go down to the forestry office on Kathleen Ave and pic up a Map of the CDA forest. Hundreds of miles of trails. Most are still under snow so it will be the end of May before it is gone.
04-04-2011 10:47 PM
Ok thanks im hoping to get out there soon and check it out thx for the help
04-04-2011 11:01 PM
Actually one more question. I also noticed the spokane ORV park by sprague is it pretty good too?
04-07-2011 01:23 PM
ive never heard of a orv by sprague, do u mean sprague WA? 7mile has lots to offer, mud, hills, and a rock garden, i believe its a 600 acre park, take francis west to 9mile road aka highway 231 head north on 9mile then left on 7mile road google it, its easy to find, im out there every weekend. ina green xj cherokee or my green tj
04-07-2011 01:26 PM
i know of a few places. one of them is really fun. but im not sure on the legality of going offroading there.
so, if you dont mind breaking the law *cough *cough tresspassing, then i can inform you of the place.
04-07-2011 03:59 PM
Rathdrum mt., Hayden creek
01-27-2012 04:17 PM
Does anyone have any suggestions for trails for a stock wrangler? I'd love to play a little without getting in over my capacity. I grew up wheelin' with my Dad in his jeep that was definitely NOT stock and I know I can't go there! I live in the Spokane/CDA area and love time in the woods playing.:dance:
I've gone down some trails while camping etc. but since I'm usually alone and never know where it goes, I'm pretty cautious.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.;)
01-31-2013 12:59 AM
I'm moving to Spokane in July, so is sounds like finding other Jeepers and trails won't be an issue?