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10th Annual Eastern Washington Adventures
Ahtanum State Forest
Clean Up & Trail Maintenance Work Party

Hosted by Eastern Washington Adventures with cooperation from the Department of Natural Resources.
Sponsored by Selah Sweets
Report and photos by Clay & Calvin Graham / Selah Sweets

This event was eligible for a voucher toward a complimentary Discover Pass.

On Saturday, July 22, 2017, Eastern Washington Adventures held the 10th Annual Ahtanum State Forest Clean Up. On Sunday, Monday and Tuesday was Trail Maintenance work. Volunteers camped at Red Saddle Trailhead.

This was a very fun week thanks to all that came to volunteer.

Here are some photos of the Ahtanum State Forest Work Party:

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Photos: Ahtanum State Forest Trail Maintenance, Clean Up, & Camp Out

Eastern Washington Adventures
Ahtanum State Forest
Trail Maintenance, Clean Up & Camp Out

Report and photos by Clay Graham / Eastern Washington Adventures

On the Tuesday July 22nd, 2014 we met up at the Ahtanum Winter Recreation Trailhead for the Annual Eastern Washington Adventures Ahtanum State Forest Trail Maintenance, Clean-up & Camp Out. The rain came and cooled things down. We set up camp and had a good time around the campfire.

Wednesday morning the rain was coming down hard. We pulled the drain plugs on the JK, tighten up the bikini top and were ready to roll. Others were ready to go with their tops and doors. Around 10 AM we headed up Red Saddle Road for some Green Dot repair, trash removal and trail maintenance on Sedge Ridge.

We turned up the Sedge Ridge 4×4 Trail and started working. At Cultus Hole Vista we stopped for lunch. After lunch we worked our way down the South Fork then back up on the routed Boulder Trail. The rain stopped and it got warm. Once we topped Sedge Ridge we called it a day and headed back to camp.

Thursday we headed out around 10 AM going up the North Fork Ahtanum. It was a little cold and looked like rain father up the ridge we went. We started doing trail maintenance, Green Dot repair and trash clean-up as soon as we turned onto the Blue Lake Trail. At Blue Lake we took a quick photo and headed up 4W615 to Blue Slide Lookout for lunch. After lunch we headed down FS1024 and onto 4W613. We did some maintenance on 4W613 and took breaks at the view points. Once at Louie Way Gap 4W608, we headed back to camp by taking Nasty Creek Road out.

On Friday we headed out around 10 AM at worked on Whites Ridge 4×4 Trail and a few Green Dot roads. We came out off of McLane Canyon Road and headed down the North Fork, through camp and back on on Sedge Ridge to finish the maintenance on the east end of the ridge. We headed back to camp after we came up to the place we left off on Wednesday.

On Saturday we started the big clean up with many different groups. My family went with Selah Cub Scout Pack 276 and cleaned up the lower campgrounds. Around 5 PM everyone was back and we had a potluck dinner. Later a few people went up to Darland Mountain and watched the sun set.

This was a great time at the Ahtanum State Forest thanks to all who came. Some of the volunteers were from the following groups/clubs: Eastern Washington Adventures, Yakima Valley Timber Wolves, Jeeping Nomads, Selah Cub Scout Pack 276, Yakima Ridgerunners, The Cascadians and maybe a few more.

Here are some photos of the Eastern Washington Adventures Ahtanum State Forest Trail Maintenance, Clean up, & Camp out:

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Thanksgiving 4×4 Snow Run
Hosted by Eastern Washington Off Road
Report and photos by Clay Graham / Eastern Washington Off Road

On Saturday November 28th, 2009 we meet up at the Tampico Church for our annual Thanksgiving Run at the Ahtanum State Forest.

We headed up the South Fork Road and found a place to pull off to air down.

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We followed the South Fork Road all the way up and onto the Sedge Ridge Trail. We ran the trail up towards the Cultus Hole Rim. I (Ceg) broke trail until I could not make it up the double hill climb. Colemancooler was riding shotgun with me and took this picture of me getting ready to give the hill another run.
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I moved off to the side and let the pros (Roller-Bear & Nevada) take over.
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Stone worked his way up.
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The guys still at the bottom.
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Havo topped the climb with ease.
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Waycrazy was next and made some nice holes for me. We both had to winch up the last part.

Here are our co-pilots walking up to our rigs on top.
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Here is the recovery team.
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Test Dummy working my Samurai.
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Time to winch it up.
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HavoJr giving the climb a good try.
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Roller-Bear winching HavoJr up.
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Tiny made the climb on his own.
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So did TJ40.
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And BlindPilot.
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Waycrazy’s guest made it up with chains.
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I missed it if the FS Ford made it up without winching. He also had chains.
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I broke trail again until a got stuck. Havo came around me to pull me out.
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Once Havo got me out, he took the lead.
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At this point Havo ask for someone else to break trail.
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I backed up to let others around me.
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Moving on up the trail.
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Wow! Nevada got stuck. I think this maybe the first time for me to see that happen.
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Waycrazy pulled Nevada out. Here is the line up after Waycrazy.
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We all decided it was time to run the trail the other way so we all look for places to turned around.
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We regrouped at the meadow we past earlier.

Stone having fun.
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BlindPilot right before he got stuck coming to pull me out.
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Stone & Roller-Bear playing Bumper Jeeps. Test Dummy stuck.
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Tiny pulled Test Dummy out.
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Once we were regrouped I lead us back down the trail. We stopped to regroup again where we had came up the South Fork Road.
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We continued to head down the Sedge Ridge Trail. Here is Waycrazy coming down Rocky Climb.
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We again stopped to regrouped. This time at Red Saddle.
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From Red Saddle we worked our way back down to the South Fork paved road and aired up for home.

This was another great run thanks to all who came.



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Ahtanum State Forest Work Party & Mother’s Day Run
Report and photos by Clay Graham / Eastern Washington Adventures

On Friday May 8th, 2009 we went up to the Ahtanum Sno-park to set up camp for the weekend.

Greg Mackey from the DNR came by our camp and dropped off the tools and things to use on our adopted trails.

Here are my boys picking up trash in the camp site we planned on camping in.

As the day went our members showed up to camp.

The next morning we had more members show up for the run.
We headed out toward the trail around 10:30 AM or so.

As we turned onto Whites Ridge Loop Trail we saw a Green Dot Marker down so we stopped to fix it.

We had most of the tools in Crawl Dad’s truck.

Back on the trail again picking up trash along the way.

As the trail turned west we found a tree top on the road.

Blind-Pilot pulled the tree onto an old blocked off road.

The strap got rolled under the tree.

Not far after that area we hit snow patches. I got stuck on a big drift with my Sami.

99 pulled me out with the Tweety Jeep.
We all turned around knowing just around the corner the snow was drifted badly on the north face.

We went back down to the Mid Fork Road.
We headed up and got on the other side of the Whites Ridge Loop Road snow drifts.

Next we turned up Whites Ridge Crest Trail.
We came up to another tree that dropped it parts.

The volunteers worked and cleared the trail.

Next we came up on a tree that had fell during the winter some time.
The end of the tree was covered with snow so we could not pull it around out of the way.
Blind-Pilot used my chainsaw to cut a path between the downed tree.

99 breaking this part of the trail since the Sami made tracks toward a tree.

Here is an area the Sami was small enough to cross without getting high centered.
99 in the Tweety Jeep wasn’t as lucky.

Tweety Jeep was stuck so bad we could not pull it forward.
First we tried with the Sami and then Blind-Pilots TJ.
We even tried to use the Tweety’s winch but it just about killed the battery.
Time to up grade the battery.

Havo gave 99 a pull back.

At the intersection of Whites Ridge Crest Trail and Whites Ridge Cross-over Trail we had some Green Dot Markers to repair and replace.
Out of the 4 markers only one was ok. One was broken, another missing and the other way in the wrong spot.

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The marker in the wrong spot.

Some of the members happy that area was finished.

The Upper Whites Ridge climb had snow on it as it did the year before.
When this climb has snow on it, it gives most rigs a good challenge.
When it is dry you can make it up in 2WD.

Here is something you don’t see often, Blind-Pilot stuck.

We played awhile on the climb.
We headed back down to Whites Ridge Cross-over trail and ran it down to the Mid Fork Road.
Our next destination was Tree Phones Campground.

We wheeled the campground roads. The off camber snow drifts and tree holes make those roads fun.

The Sami did great breaking trail. A lot better than I had thought it would do since it has open difs.

To the right of Blind-Pilot you can see the top of one of the picnic tables at a campsite.

The Sami was sucked into a tree hole and got stuck.

Blind-Pilot pulled me out.

My camera was not fast enough to catch a picture of 99 driving up and over the steep snow drift.
She was already across when the camera snapped the picture.

Fox-Racers first time at Tree Phones.

The Sami in Tree Phones parking lot.

Some of the members had to head out so we all drove back down to the AWORC camp at the Ahtanum Sno-park.

Here are my little boys with there scavenger hunt bags.

After some of the members left, we headed up Sedge Ridge.
I left the Sami at camp and drove 99’s Tweety Jeep.
We took A-2400 and turned up A-2420.
We can up on an area where some trees fell into the road and people were driving up the back to go around them.
Blind-Pilot ran the saw again.

Members cleared the trail.

Up on top of the ridge, we turned Southwest on the Sedge Ridge Crest Trail.
We found a broken Green Dot confidence Marker.

Volunteers work to replace it with a new marker.

At Red Saddle we found another broken Green Dot marker.

Volunteers replaced it too.

On up the Sedge Ridge 4×4 Trail above Red Saddle we some snow patches.
I did not get a picture of the snow drift that I broke out the passenger side front marker and bent the radio antenna.
This snow patch was fun.

We found another tree down.
Someone had cut the end off but not enough to keep people on the trail.
Blind-Pilot and the volunteers fixed that.

We got up to the Rocky Climb to see it covered with snow.
I thought I would give it a shot right up the steep part with the Tweety Jeep.
After working it awhile I finely got to a point where I wasn’t digging thought the snow anymore.
The front tires were trying to drive up the snow and the rig felt like it wanted to go over backwards since I had to hit it hard.
Who knows if it really would of but why try?

Blind-Pilot tried to work his way around on the other trail up.

The off camber drift made it too hard to stay on the trail.
I also tried it and didn’t do any better.

Guido and Crawl Dad didn’t want any part if that snow covered hill climb.

We head back down to Red Saddle and then down A-2400 toward the Sno-park.

On A-2400 at A-2420 we replaced a missing Green Dot Marker.

Down close to the Sno-park we replace a shot up marker on A-2400.

It was close to 8 PM.
Guido was happy this was the last Green Dot Marker to do since he wants to eat dinner.

Back at camp Blind-Pilot left for home and we had dinner and did some BSing around the campfire.

The next morning we all packed up. We turned in the DNR tools, green dots and markers at the guard station.
Everyone other than my family left. We stayed to wheel some more.
99 Drove the Tweety Jeep and I drove the Sami.
We headed back up on Sedge Ridge taking A-2400.
A long the way we found another Green Dot sign down we had missed the night before.
It was an easy fix with my shovel.

On past Red Saddle we found there was a Green Dot marker missing.
As we were looking for the missing marker we saw the old road marker was down.
Monster stacked rocks around it to stand it up.

We could not find the missing marker and had already turned the new ones in so we will have to replace it another time.

We went on and turned up the South Fork Road. It wasn’t to far up we found patches of snow.
99 just about stuck it but made it through.

As we turned up the Sedge Ridge Crest trail the snow got soft.
I came close to getting the Sami stuck a few times but was able to wheel it backwards to get out for another run.

Well this time I pressed my luck and that was it.
Time for 99 to pull me out with the Tweety Jeep.

We got turned around at started heading down.
99 got off into the soft stuff and came close to getting stuck but again made it through.

We ran the South Fork road down and then went up Boulder Trail.
We stopped at a cool view point where you can see the upper and lower Yakima Valleys.

At the top of Boulder Trail we found another down marker.

I could only dig down a little so I had to put rocks around the marker.
One rock had big black flying ants under it and I made them mad when I picked the rock up.
The marker is good enough for now. lol

Up on Sedge Ridge Crest Trail we found a tree across the trail and a new by-pass.

We fixed it since I still had my chainsaw in the Tweety Jeep.

We went down A-2420 and then down A-2400 back to our camp at the Sno-park.
We loaded the Sami on the trailer and aired up the Tweety tires.
We headed home from our great weekend

This was a great run thanks to everyone that came.

Thank you to all the people that helped do the trail maintenance.
We logged 117.5 volunteer hours with the DNR.



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Photos: EWOR Thanksgiving 4×4 Run at Ahtanum State Forest

Thanksgiving 4×4 Run at Ahtanum State Forest
Report and photos by Clay Graham / Eastern Washington Adventures

On Saturday November 29th, 2008 we meet up at the Tampico Church about 10 AM for our annual Thanksgiving Run.

Here are the run pictures from our group.

We ran South Fork Ahtanum Road We stopped to air down once we left the pavement.

On up South Fork Ahtanum Road we stopped to regroup.

As we turned onto the Sedge Ridge Crest Trail we got a call saying 4wheelingplus.com’s K5 Blazer’s fuel pump went out.

Colemancooler had an electric fuel pump and let 4wheelingplus.com use it. We were back on our way.

The first hill climb had slick mud on it so a few rigs had to take a few runs at it.

We stopped to regroup on top.

We stopped at the bottom of the Cultus Hole Rim Climb. I took a walk to get pictures of the rigs on the run.

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99’s

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Foxracer’s

Crawl Dad’s

Guedo’s

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TJ40’s

Nevada’s

Colemancooler’s

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Tiny’s

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Scuba’s

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The Cultus Hole Rim Climb was icy. Both my XJs walked up it with ease.
This is up on the Cultus Hole Rim.

A few rigs had problems getting to the top.
Some of the rigs that made it up went back down to winch or tow the others.

The kids had fun playing in the snow.

99 glad her Jeep did good so far.

Scuba getting ready to move up the trail.

The next stop was the Cultus Hole Vista.

Five rigs out of our group had to get headed home.
The rest of us headed to Darland Mountain.

We went on to Blue Lake. It was frozen.

The climb on up to Blue Slide Lookout was very slick and a lot of fun.
Once on top we ran Jackass Road down to the Doe Pocket Trail.
Down at Nasty Creek Corals three more rigs turned off for home.
The rest of us headed up Nasty Creek Road then up on top of Cowiche Ridge.
We took C-1000 down to Cowiche Mill Road and on out towards our homes.

This was another fun Thanksgiving 12 hour run.

A big thanks goes out to all the people that came and helping get all the rigs through the run and back home. Great team work!



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