Three JKU's. Two on 35s and one on 37s. All three 5-7psi.
Goal was to scope out before a May camping trip.
Started in Ellensburg and made it to maybe-roughly-I have no idea half the way to Cashmere because of a stubborn down tree that we didn't have a chainsaw for. Spent way too much time trying to winch it out of the way and then turned around.
Overall the going was easy aside from a stealthy sinkhole where melting snow was running underneath.
Best to stay on the previous tire/snowmobile tracks. Would have likely made it all the way to Cashmere.
The route we go heads East at some T rather than getting on 97 which is what I see on maps FYI.
Snow depth ranged from zero to 3-4 feet (snotel data was pretty accurate: the nearest sites to this route were averaging 22 inches).
As usual, extremely windy in the exposed areas.
Beautiful, blue sky, sunny day. Saw no other people!
Discussion about deep snow wheeling, vehicle builds, trip reports, etc
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