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Old 09-23-2010, 06:29 AM   #1
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Does any one know of some easyer trails out side of seattle and well were at it lets start a list of wheeling spots in washington
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Old 11-15-2010, 09:09 PM   #3
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Reiter is closed for now -- maybe permanently, or so I've heard. There's some stuff off of exit 38 in N. Bend (but a lot of it has gotten pretty overgrown with brush in the past few years), then there's some stuff off of Hwy 410 near Naches trail, and some down in Carbonado (Evan's creek) but not much of that is "easy". There was a fun spot under a PSE powerline near Burnett but they recently cracked down on the access to it by barricading the entrance. Most of the good wheeling within 2hr drive of Seattle is on private property, unfortunately.
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Old 11-16-2010, 12:15 PM   #4
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Ya that has definitely been the rumor that has been going around, hopefully not though. i believe there is a place up in arlington but Im not sure where exactly.
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Ya that has definitely been the rumor that has been going around, hopefully not though. i believe there is a place up in arlington but Im not sure where exactly.
I think the place your talking about is Walker Vally ORV. Its north of Arlington off of Hwy 9. Closer to Mt. Vernon.

Last time I was out there it was mostly suitable for lifted, short wheelbase vehicles. Tight and twisty with big ruts.
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Ya I dont know exactly where it was or anything about it. Heard there was something out there from someone a few years ago but never really followed up on it.
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