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Updates on Public Lands Closures Due to Coronavirus/Flu Issues: Check before you travel as there are still restrictions on group sizes and some campgrounds remain closed.
2020 Travel Restrictions – Some private parks are being forced to close to short-term stay visitors, and some travel is limited in certain states. Check with state/local officials before you try to travel with your OHV!
Upcoming Rides & Events:
8 August 20: Bamber Mountain Air Force Radar Dome Lookout, meet at Tugboat’s Restaurant in Curlew at the intersection of Hwy 21 and Kettle River Road; we’ll depart at about 1000 and use county and USFS roads (this ride is by permission of the USFS) to reach the old radar dome and lookout site. This is a family-friendly ride!
15 August 20: S. Huckleberry Jeep Trails, meet at 0900 at Noisy Waters Tribal gas station/mini mart and we’ll caravan to the parking area on Bangs Mountain Road just south of Hwy 20, west of Barney’s Junction (we’re using a new log landing for a parking area, just south of Canyon Creek campground, as the old trailhead parking area isn’t large enough to safely park a group of vehicles). We have the choice of doing both trails depending on the group’s preferences!
22 August 20: Stensgar Mountain Ride, meet at 0900 at the Ott’s farm at 1675 Marble Valley Basin Road in Addy. We’ll ride county and DNR roads along the ridge of the Huckleberry Mountains to the summit of Stensgar, then down to Red Marble Quarry and the Edna copper mine, then return. There’s an option to go into Valley for lunch if the group wishes! This is a family-friendly ride with lots of scenery and interesting rockhounding!
29 August 20: Quartz Mountain Ride, meet at 1000 at the 1st dispersed campsite with pit toilet just south of the USFS boundary fence on the west side of Hall Creek Road, several miles south of Hwy 20 (east of Republic). We’ll ride on county and USFS roads to the old lookout site on Quartz Mountain, a must-see 360 degree view – this is a family-friendly ride with just a very short section of rutted and rocky road.
Contact Merrill or Anne if you’d like to go riding with us during the week, weather permitting! E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us for TCMRA meetings:
Our June meeting will be an outdoor social distancing meeting at the Kettle Falls City Park at 6 P.M.; we’ll discuss the July meeting then to plan for future meetings during the state’s quarantine.
Second Wednesday of each month at The Backyard Barbecue, Kettle Falls WA; meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. – come early for dinner & camaraderie!