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Old 04-07-2013, 09:06 AM   #16
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From Naches to Taneum I'd ride,

#694 (naches 4x4 trail),943, 1388(manastash ridge) and the 1377. Taneum Rd into Ellensburg, or the Woods and Steel Rd to Cle Elum.
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Old 04-07-2013, 09:29 AM   #17
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From Cle Elum/Ellensburg
Back on the WBDR up Reecer Crk Rd through the Table Mountain trails (I have not been on those so I won't recommend a route) to the Beehive Rd and East to Devil's Gulch/Mission Ridge. #1201.1, #1201 and 1221 to Sand Creek. Then FS roads (WBDR) to Cashmere. From Cashmere, follow the WBDR to Ardenvoir for gas and then to the Pine Flats campground for more singletrack. #1409, 1409.1, 1424,1443, 1265 to Snowberry.

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Old 04-08-2013, 02:54 PM   #18
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Great responses everyone! I'll start to take some of this info and map it out.

Does anyone have any experience riding further North towards Winthrop and the Canadian border? I don't know of any single track areas up that way but I'm sure they must exist.
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Old 04-08-2013, 04:25 PM   #19
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North of Lake Chelan are the Foggy Dew trails. They're a ways off the WBDR and they dont get you much further North, but it's more singletrack that you could add. I've heard that they are narrow, steep and difficult. Maybe not the best for a loaded bike.

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Old 04-22-2013, 07:21 PM   #20
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sorry for the slow response, got a bit busy. I'm in the middle of creating a giant topo map from a series of pdf's that I found on the web, it's a map of the cascades from north of leavenworth to about Yakima, still looking for maps nrth and south of that. I'll attach the map when done
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Old 04-23-2013, 07:44 AM   #21
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North of Lake Chelan are the Foggy Dew trails. They're a ways off the WBDR and they dont get you much further North, but it's more singletrack that you could add. I've heard that they are narrow, steep and difficult. Maybe not the best for a loaded bike.

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Old 04-23-2013, 07:50 AM   #22
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This sounds interesting!

muddyJ and Double H have posted some good info. I have ridden some of the GPNF and Foggy Dew stuff and both of those areas can provide plenty of challenge.
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I'd like to see half the guys here try to follow HurricaneHarry with loaded dual sports through Foggy Dew
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Old 04-23-2013, 10:12 AM   #24
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I'd like to see half the guys here try to follow HurricaneHarry with loaded dual sports through Foggy Dew
good packing is the key. the giant loop bags are the shizzle for backountry riding.
after the last coyote bag blew out, GL sent me a brand shiney new coyote which I will try and destroy this summer
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I'd like to see half the guys here try to follow HurricaneHarry with loaded dual sports through Foggy Dew
I tried to keep up with him on my 200 but he was gone!
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I tried to keep up with him on my 200 but he was gone!
once you get that 500 im toast
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I'd like to see half the guys here try to follow HurricaneHarry with loaded dual sports through Foggy Dew
Buddy of mine rode his plated 650 from E-burg to Foggy Dew Campground via single and WABDR. Then proceeded to man-handle that pig around Horsehead, Deadmans and Uno Peak and back to the campground.
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once you get that 500 im toast
Whatever.

I am liking this idea of a more difficult WABCDR. Maybe something to do in the fall.

Of course getting to the beginning and back from the end may not be so fun.

Harry rode his DRZ from his house thru a couple of hairy single track areas including the previously mentioned passes and back home over Hwy 20. Bad mother!

Plus he did some single track riding at Foggy Dew going over Horsehead and Deadmans for fun again in the middle of his big camping loop.
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Buddy of mine rode his plated 650 from E-burg to Foggy Dew Campground via single and WABDR. Then proceeded to man-handle that pig around Horsehead, Deadmans and Uno Peak and back to the campground.
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Yes but he is "special"....
We all know how special Jason is...
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