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More footage of the LT Murray, put together with some professional level video editing by Clay @ Washington ATV Association.
A few glimpses of the ACE in here, great stuff!

 

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I try to stay out of photos and video as much as possible.
I can be seen at the end putting gear in the truck in the background.
I'm the stocky guy in the gray shirt and motorcycle pants.

Some of the footage in this video came from my GoPro - the yellow sport quads running side by side with my ACE, and the shot through the windshield of a couple of ATVs coming toward me (we found a dead end and were turning around).
 

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Hey Scoundrel are these the green dot trails? My husband and I are always looking for places to ride and this looks new to us. If you don't want to share with the whole internet (not everyone likes to share their riding spots), PM me on how to get to these trails please!
 

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Hey Scoundrel are these the green dot trails? My husband and I are always looking for places to ride and this looks new to us. If you don't want to share with the whole internet (not everyone likes to share their riding spots), PM me on how to get to these trails please!
Looks like some great riding.
what are 'green dot trails'?
Does anyone know if my Oregon ATV safety card works in Washington?
 

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Hey Scoundrel are these the green dot trails? My husband and I are always looking for places to ride and this looks new to us. If you don't want to share with the whole internet (not everyone likes to share their riding spots), PM me on how to get to these trails please!
Yes, the LT Murray system is full of Green Dot roads. I was not driving when we went there so I am not sure where we staged. but you can stage at Rider's Camp or Manastash Camp and not only do the LT Murray system starting at the West side, but also access all of the 4WD trails in the Buck Meadows area. Here is a Google Maps link: https://www.google.com/maps/place/R...m2!3m1!1s0x549a019671badceb:0xfef6c8857bbf1ca

Looks like some great riding.
what are 'green dot trails'?
Does anyone know if my Oregon ATV safety card works in Washington?
Washington does not require a safety card, so it's a moot point.
Washington will recognize your Oregon ORV tags, no need for visitor tags, there is a reciprocity agreement in place.

"Green Dot" roads are a network of service roads throughout the Okanogan/Wenatchee National Forest, and maybe other places too.
The basic idea is that if there is a white marker board with a 3" diameter green dot sticker on it, then it's OK to drive an off-road vehicle on it.
They are pretty much gravel/dirt roads, wide enough for jeeps.

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Hey Scoundrel are these the green dot trails? My husband and I are always looking for places to ride and this looks new to us. If you don't want to share with the whole internet (not everyone likes to share their riding spots), PM me on how to get to these trails please!
I'm going back to the Buck Meadows area this coming Saturday. We're going to arrive at 10am and ride a loop that is about 50 miles or so.
Some of the riding will be service roads, and some of it will be fairly hardcore ruts, roots, and rocks and hill climbs. Not for the timid. But awesome views.
You're welcome to join us. PM me for details if you can make it.

Some photos: http://bruteforcetech.com/dirt/2014-06-22_Manastash/index.html

And some GoPro videos:
 
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