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Seattle area members and wheeling spots?

Discussion in 'Pacific Region' started by 1980Kfive, Mar 19, 2017 at 7:29 PM.

  1. 1980Kfive

    1980Kfive Newbie Premium Member

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    There is a good chance I'll be moving from the mountains of Colorado to Seattle in the next year or so. I recently picked up an '88 K5 that I have been making into a moderate trail rig, but I am now not sure how far I will go with it if I move. I am more into exploring the backcrountry roads and milder trails versus hard-core rock crawling, but I am sure things will only escalate....

    Anyway, I was curious about the wheeling scene in the Seattle area? Is it worthing continuing my build and bringing the rig with me?

    Thank for any input.

    Steve
     
  2. fastazz81

    fastazz81 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    There are plenty of logging roads and trails in the mountains to just get out and explore and then there is Elbe hills and naches and few other places,so I would build it and bring it with you.
     
  3. 1980Kfive

    1980Kfive Newbie Premium Member

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    Thanks Fastazz. It things do turn out that way I look forward to exploring the area.
     
  4. superbuickguy

    superbuickguy 1/2 ton status Premium Member

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    Overlanding is a thing here, so most of the stuff isn't terribly technical however, snow wheeling is also something
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    one thing about Elbe is they have width limits on some of the trails

    this guy is cable famous (Alaska off-road warriors) but also runs a differential shop across the water from Seattle.

     

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