These areas are part of the LT Murray Wildlife Area. This area provides a desert landscape that is as beautiful as it is harsh, in its own way. You can ride all day here in a large loop with a little bit of backtracking and see canyons, rock formations, rolling hills, windmills up close and personal, and get your feet wet in the river. But by the time you’re done, you’ll be pretty tired because some of this ground can be pretty rocky. You can ride on any road that has a white marker with a green dot on it.
This area is closed from December 15th through April 30th for Elk feeding.

Highlights: Breathtaking views for many miles, including the canyon walls on the other side of the river. Fresh sage brush smells. Pretty flowers if they are in bloom. High likelihood of seeing herds of elk. High speed riding.

Get details including directions, staging areas, maps, and difficulty levels in the UTV Guide to WA State.

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