FS 7912 is a 30-mile forest service road that starts in Liberty, WA and travels north and west along the upper reaches of the Liberty ORV. The first 10 miles are in excellent condition. After passing the intersection of FS 9716, the road gets progressively more narrow and difficult until, at mile 22.4, there is a landslide. The local jeep clubs repaired the trail up the slide. Beyond the slide, the trail becomes more difficult.
The beautiful views looking north into the Wenatchee Wilderness area are stunning. The sunsets and sunrises are something to behold. There are many places to pull over and camp, with many elk camps along the road. After the 30-mile drive, the route exits onto Squilchuck Road, where you can visit Squilchuck State Park and the Mission Ridge Winter Sports Area. The only exit back to civilization is to travel north on Squilchuck Road 25 miles to Wenatchee.
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