There isn't much wheeling to be done. If at that fork you go the left you go through a washout and then another 100 yards or so to a gate with some hiking trails at the end. If you go to the right at the fork there is a road that is like 1-step up in difficulty from a typical forest road and is about 6 miles long. Decently fun, just short. Trails at the end of that one too.Yep that's in the first 100' of gravel.
At the end of the road there's a sign for "Snoqualmie River Trail" that forks to the left Do you know if we're okay to wheel up there? Didn't see any signs prohibiting motorized vehicle use, but didn't see any tracks either, so turned around.
This post of mine has some pics from about a month ago there to give you an idea: http://www.thenewx.org/forum/50-members-xterra/204626-albatrosscafes-flexterra-titan-swapped-finally-29.html#post3644329