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Old 12-08-2010, 11:46 PM  
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4x4 trails

I am from Washington State and we do a lot of wheeling. Mostly on the 4x4 trails west of Yakima.

Anyone else enjoy the sport?
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Old 12-18-2010, 11:35 AM  
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Yes I'm from Mass and have been Jeeping for 22 years now in NewEngland
7 Jeeps later. LOL my 4WD rig is a 86 CJ7 and my back up is a 05 Rubicon.
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Old 12-18-2010, 10:48 PM  
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Love the sport, don't get the chance to get out much though.
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Old 12-19-2010, 03:45 AM  
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Rieter pit closed for a while so I haven't made it out anywhere else in wa, plus it's my daily driver now and too expensive to break anything right now
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Old 12-20-2010, 01:39 PM  
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Rieter pit closed for a while so I haven't made it out anywhere else in wa, plus it's my daily driver now and too expensive to break anything right now
They finally closed Reiter....damn. I used to wheel there all the time before I moved in 2006.
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I'd love to drive my TJ out to Washington. Beautiful state! But it would a long, long drive.

I usually drive out to Colorado each year where I grew up. Otherwise we have a large off-road park here in Indiana... the Badlands. Nice place with plenty of ways to roll a Jeep. Just not as pretty as out west.
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Old 01-04-2011, 09:37 PM  
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All the time. Of course I know the OP from about a bazillion different forums. I enjoy getting out and seeing the places less traveled.
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Four Wheeling "Arches National Park" Moab, Utah

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I am from Washington State and we do a lot of wheeling. Mostly on the 4x4 trails west of Yakima.

Anyone else enjoy the sport?
Never thought much about the sport, as such, until I acquired my "Touareg" and watched these videos about them.......sounds like a lot of fun and definitely interesting. I visited the "Arches National Park" while traveling to the "West" from West Virginia, but didn't know this was allowed there.

This is what my Volkswagen Touareg looks like (it's also black) and the fetes these guys are putting it through....



VW Touareg Rock Climbing in Moab!

Volkswagen Touareg, 2003, Moab.

Here's an interesting video...definitely extreme driving. ...

Moab Easter Jeep Safari 2009


YouTube - touareg moab

YouTube - four wheeling moab

Zuks of Hazzard-Climbing "Lion's Back"

Here would probably be the scariest drive you can make in the park.....



Down Lions back

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Old 01-10-2011, 10:41 AM  
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Never thought much about the sport, as such, until I acquired my "Touareg" and watched these videos about them.......sounds like a lot of fun and definitely interesting. I visited the "Arches National Park" while traveling to the "West" from West Virginia, but didn't know this was allowed there.

This is what my Volkswagen Touareg looks like (it's also black) and the fetes these guys are putting it through....
That's cool. A different type of wheeling down there.
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