Those poor goats would be swallowed up and never seen again.
Really though, not to lay out the hard sell or anything but finding the good terrain here is largely a matter of how far you feel like driving. We have a number of good maps within 1-2hrs, then if you expand it to 3-4 you get all the excellent areas in central/eastern WA (and GVOC-land), then if you expand again to 5-6 you can reach Bend AKA orienteering paradise, and lesser paradises Kamloops and Whistler.
I've also always had a theory that while the PNW can't remotely match the northeast in sheer volume of quality terrain/maps, we do have a superior variety of terrain types. Many kinds of forest with different feel and character - Endor-style rainforest, sub-alpine, high desert, all of which have different variations in runnability, visibility, and technicality. Plus sand dunes and scablands, including some pretty unique off-the-wall stuff like this
But here I am getting carried away. The point is we could put together a dope O-tour itinerary for you. Post-NAOC sounds good to me - if you stick around long enough, you could even do SART!