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jeepsterkj
03-16-2006, 12:19 PM
It looks like fun , I hope someone could re-post a map for Liberty

YETI
03-20-2006, 05:22 PM
Sorry about that I didn't even realize I moved that pic.

Nothin special though

CockRoach
07-25-2006, 08:39 PM
http://www.cleelumtrails.com/

The north side of Liberty road is rocks and hills.

The south side is woods and dirt.

Cheers,
****Roach

YETI
07-25-2006, 09:10 PM
That is a cool link thanks for sharing it.

Good info.

That reminds me I still need to get over that way and do some wheelin some day.

KarlVP
07-26-2006, 07:12 AM
The tamers will be there on labor day. But you guys and gals already have an event planned.

Ceg
07-26-2006, 09:04 AM
The tamers will be there on labor day. But you guys and gals already have an event planned.Not all of the people on this forum will want to go to the Ahtanum for Labor Day. The most of the Ahtanum trails are easy and some of the good ones have been closed by a logging company. I was told Liberty has more to offer as far as wheelin'. I will be at the Ahtanum like I am every year. On the Labor Day weekends we run rigs, quads & bikes together so the Ahtanum is the ideal place for that.

Post some pics of Liberty when you get back from the run. We don't have much info on that area. I have not been able to wheel there yet.

KarlVP
07-26-2006, 09:27 AM
Here's a writeup from liberty.

http://www.timbertamers.org/Runs2005/la ... y_2005.htm (http://www.timbertamers.org/Runs2005/laborday05/labor_day_2005.htm)

It's pretty much stuff like this all day.

http://www.timbertamers.org/Runs2005/laborday05/liberty05%20025%20(Small).jpg

RonThePartsGuy
02-10-2007, 07:19 PM
It's pretty much stuff like this all day.

http://www.timbertamers.org/Runs2005/laborday05/liberty05%20025%20(Small).jpg
I think I recognize that trail. If it's the one I'm think it is... That's the hill where my motor stalled and I hit the brakes so hard I broke the master cylinder off the firewall. I think the tree that can be seen just over the hood on the passenger side was the one we used to winch me backwards down the hill. I had to borrow someones ratchet strap to band-aid my master cylinder enough to make it home. Those were the days when I drove my Cruiser to the trails. Now I tow it.

Liberty is a blast. On the North-West side of the main HWY there is a road that goes up and off camber enough that if it has rained recently you will have some pucker factor. Just past that is a hill climb that requires serious speed or front and rear lockers to make it. Back in the days before lockers I flung a front driveline out on that hill.

In fact... I think just about every time I've gone to Liberty I've brought home more Land Cruiser pieces than I came with. :laughing6: