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Thread: Any Jeepers in the Puget Sound area?

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    Any Jeepers in the Puget Sound area?

    Looking for some mild/ family friendly trails in the South Sound area to ease my way back into the Jeep life. Advice from fellow Wayalifers??

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    Where are you located?

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    Tacoma. Willing to explore the greater Seattle/ Western WA area

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    I'm on JBLM. Tahuya is pretty easy trail to get you out there and have a fun time. I took the Cherokee there stock.

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    I'm out in the Snoqualmie/North Bend area and would also love to explore some mild/family friendly trails to start out. I'm still stock so nothing crazy! It would be fun to get some groups going up here!

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    It would be fun to get a group going here.

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    I agree. I was doing some research and see some forest service roads around the north bend area. I want to check them out, but I'm not quite sure about the snow situation

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    Currently there is 17" of snow at the summit...not a ton but there is some there. It's a ways up there before you hit snow, probably around the 2500+ elevation.

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    Tinkham road up about 20 miles east of North Bend. There is a sledding area close to the top. We were just up there a couple of weeks ago and had a blast.

    Also Tahuya over by belfair is a great place to take a stock rig to play.

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    Awesome. Thanks for the info guys

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