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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-06-2015, 04:42 AM Thread Starter
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Now that I have a vehicle that does not have to be trailered to a trailhead etc. I am itching to play with this little jeep. Was wondering if anyone in the Northwest has had the opportunity to travel any of these off highway discovery routes.


My plans are to try to get to the trail from Sisters to Seneca before it gets to hot this year.


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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-06-2015, 08:35 AM
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Nice info. Thanks for sharing. We are taking a trip to Oregon come this July. This will be handy information as we plan our trip.

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great info thank you.......I am seeing, on the web, a motorcycle oriented system which spans a lot of Western states is there is there a 4X4 version of this group BDR granted it is open country and anyone can ride where you want, but helping develop a system of adventure trails is a cool notion

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Neat! I live along part of route 3 and have been at several of the locations in their photos but I didn't know such a "trail system" existed.

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This is a great find SnowHawk. Let us know if you end up making this trip. That Sisters to Seneca route is the closest one to me, and if it's doable in the jeep it's totally going on my bucket list...

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Just gonna leave this here for now: http://www.backcountrydiscoveryroutes.com/WABDR
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Great video and I envy you fellows. I rode Maine-Anacortes, WA and return in 1977, but on the road of course. I liked the northwest so much that I rode home owning 3 acres and finally moved west in '79, as soon as the new house was built. Had a BMW 800 but it was the boxer twin, not an off-road model, and rode it in the Oregon 500 several years. Great fun. Just be sure to keep the rubber side down. - All the best, Ted

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