We are celebrating 43 years in 2022!

The Timber Tamers are a large general 4wd club based out of Western Washington. We were organized in April of 1979, and are based out of the Lynnwood, Washington area. Our membership is diverse, from young to old, men and women, driving many different types of 4wd vehicles.

We are affiliated with the Pacific Northwest 4 Wheel Drive Association and promote TREAD Lightly! principles. The PNW4WDA organizes trail runs, trail maintenance in conjunction with DNR, races, play days, fun days, clean-ups, charitable works, legislative issues, etc., in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho.

Amazon Smile

Did you know that the Tamers are a non-profit organization? Because of this the Tamers are eligible to participate in the Amazon Smile program. If you make a purchase on Amazon and specify the Tamers as a non-profit that you would like to donate to, then Amazon will donate a small portion of the proceeds from the purchase to the Tamers. If you are interested in helping to support the Tamers please click on the following link to donate via Amazon Smile.

Reiter Rock Crawl 2022 Edition

Circumstances of the last couple years have prevented this event from being held, but I am happy to say that the organizers and the participants have not given up. Planning for RRC 2022 has already began and some entry forms have already been received. For more information about the event please use this LINK.

Latest Posts

Tahuya May 2022

We met up with everyone at the Safeway in Belfair. Everyone was on time, and we set out for the Elfendalh parking lot at precisely 9:06am. We got to the parking lot and there were still a few places to park and air down. The crew of the day consisted of: Bill in his big bad Yota, Travis in his red Rubicon, Evan in his LJ, Joe in his trusty TJ, Ryan and I in our JKU, our friend John in his “Lil Donkey” JKU and candidate want to be Ben in his 2017 JKU. Weather said it wasn’t supposed to rain

Whitehorse May 2022

Outside of the little town of Whitehorse there is a very cool looking mountain. in fact it ranks right up there with the Tetons. On the run was Shawn, Dan and Sarah, Nate Emily and I. Friday after work we headed up to an area outside of town. At about 2700 feet we starting running into snow which is pretty low for this time of year. It was raining which of course meant the snow was junk but we have learned to love Washington state slush. As we aired down it was starting to get dark. I went down