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    Washington rides.

    So I just read on the WDFW website her in WA state that they are creating a site that is family/fishing friendly. You can plan and find places to fish with the family. So that all being said, has anyone ever been to Mt Adams and are there places to ride. Also if you have any trails that you know of that lead to a nice fishing holes that is trail bike friendly, and would like to share, please do. I am so excited for summer to get here that I am about to shit!!!

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    Look at some of the trails up out of Randle. Theyre not exactly Mt. Adams but there is some fishing up near Olallie,Chain of Lakes area..
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    I'm with you Matt. Would like to do some of that country down around St Helens and Adams. Flown over it in a small plane and logging roads everywhere. Would sure be nice to take a good camera and takes some great shots of game.

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    It would be fun and I hope to be able to ride some of the trails this year.

    Every National Forest is required by law to develop Motor Vehicle Use Maps which are available from the National Forest Service offices.

    Goggle search on "Gifford Pinchot National Forest" and look at the section, "Gifford Pinchot National Forest Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM)" regarding information on trails and roads open to licensed and non-licensed vehicle travel. It is illegal to travel anywhere not so indicated on the map and according to the listed rules. Below I have listed some of the information:

    Areas for OHV Trail Riding at Cowlitz Valley Vicinity

    Campground: Adams Fork
    Campground: Blue Lake Creek
    Campground: Cat Creek
    Campground: Chain-of-Lake
    Campground: Horseshoe Lake
    Campground: Olallie Lake
    Trail #257 Badger Ridge
    Trail #252 Big Creek
    Trail #269 Allen Mountain
    Site: Cat Creek Chimney
    Trail #1 Boundary
    Trail #1 Elk Pass TH to Yellowjack
    Trail #1 YellowJacket 1A to Council Lake
    Trail #109 Hamilton Peak
    Trail #110 Green Mountain
    Trail #115 Spring Creek
    Trail #116 High Lakes
    Trail #118 Hamilton Buttes
    Trail #119 Blue Lake Butte
    Trail #120 Keenes
    Trail #125 Dry Creek
    Trail #1A Yellowjacket
    Trail #1C Boulder
    Trail #250 Osborne Mountain
    Trailhead: Osborne Mountain
    Trail #251 Teeley Creek
    Trail #253 Greenwood Lake
    Trail #254 French Butte
    Trail #255 Cave Creek
    Trail #258 Silver Creek
    Trail #259 Langille Ridge
    Trail #259A McCoy Peak
    Trail #261 Juniper Ridge
    Trail #262 Sunrise
    Trail #263 Dark Meadow
    Trail #265 East Canyon
    Trailhead: High Rock/Greenwood Lake
    Trail #270 Valley
    Trail #271 Blue Lake Ridge
    Trail #271A Jumpoff
    Trail #272 Bishop Ridge
    Trail #273 Wobbly Creek
    Trail #275 Kraus Ridge
    Trail #276 Yozoo
    Trail #283 Rough
    Trail #292: Mosquito Meadows
    Trail #293 High Bridge
    Trail #294 Tongue Mountain
    Trail #74 Pipeline Road
    Trailhead: Packwood Lake
    Trailhead: Blue Lake ORV
    Trailhead: Elk Pass/Boundary Trail
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    Wow Dave, I had no idea there were that many places that would accomodate our bikes. The logging industry has locked up so much here in Grays Harbor it is hard to get out legally anymore. Thanks for putting that up.

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    The forest land in the "Dark Divide" area near Randle are mostly pee in your pants when you see them kind of trails.









    Vid Link Below

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    Wow. Awesome! This stuff would be great to share here: https://tw200forum.com/forum/trails-o...e-tdubers.html
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    Looks like we might be having some decent weather this week. Anyone interested in getting out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rm_hm View Post
    The forest land in the "Dark Divide" area near Randle are mostly pee in your pants when you see them kind of trails.









    Vid Link Below

    Great video. I will hate anyone who takes me on trails like this for the rest of my/your life ...and it didn't help listening to the rider's Darth Vader panting sounds either. The rider sounded nervious at times too! ...but it was fun to watch, clinch jawed and all!
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    Just one question, why the hurry in such a beautiful place.
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