That's always the problem with pictures. You never get a really good sense of the angles involved. I've done a few of those trails so I know how off camber they can be. Add in a tree on the downhill side and you have yourself a real tight squeeze. I'm surprised my steering rack hasn't failed yet.....Yeah, bounce back and forth between the Eastside and Leavenworth areas. We did a bunch of the Bethel Ridge area, Rattlesnake Creek, then up and over from Nile to Moon Rocks/Funny Rocks into Thorpe and back home. Some great trails around those areas, you get the full value out of your steering rack, lock to lock every 15' or so getting between trees.
My wife following in her Jeep (this was one of the wider trails, and much more off camber than it looks here):
If you're wheeling in Central WA let me know. There are quite a few guys here that are always looking for rigs to wheel with. Always better to have others along for recovery and back up.