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    Trail ideas in Washington

    We were going to head to the Rubicon but decided to wait another month so that opened up a 4-5 day trip and were thinking about heading up to Washington. Anyone have any must do trails to help us plan? 4 Jeeps on 37s-40s with experienced drivers. Thinking about camping a night in Leavenworth and maybe a Winery along the way.


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    I don't know about "must do" but how much trouble are you looking to get yourself into? If you like the mud, there Elbe and Walker has some fun stuff too. Or, there always Naches and Moon Rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I don't know about "must do" but how much trouble are you looking to get yourself into? If you like the mud, there Elbe and Walker has some fun stuff too. Or, there always Naches and Moon Rocks.
    Ive watched the 2014 JKX over and over, as much fun as those trails look I hate mud so Naches might be the way to go.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepJL View Post
    Ive watched the 2014 JKX over and over, as much fun as those trails look I hate mud so Naches might be the way to go.


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    LOL - I hate mud too.

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    When are you coming through? We are headed up to the Naches area again this weekend and could show you around if you're interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tobyw View Post
    When are you coming through? We are headed up to the Naches area again this weekend and could show you around if you're interested.
    Hey thanks for the response. We are coming through on the weekend of the 17th. I might pm you some questions.


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    Trail ideas in Washington

    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL - I hate mud too.
    Man, on trip like that I would have done the same thing and smiled but deep down inside Id be cursing all the way through it.


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    Evans Creek is fun. Rimrock if youre up for off-camber and sketchy stuff.

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    As much as I love Rim Rock, it isn't JKU/JLU friendly... Super tight and technical, body damage imminent for all but the smallest of rigs on the good trails. Those trails that are size appropriate just aren't all that great, and I'd recommend other areas instead.
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