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We started off of HWY 2 and hiked east, didn't see much for about 2 miles and then hiked back west across under the freeway for about 10 miles. The views were awesome but would recommend the west portion for someone in good shape as it was a lot of climbing. super fun though.

sure it says moderate off road difficulty; however I know for a fact that if I had a 2WD & or stock suspension, I would been stuck at least twice. I warn any amateurs to be cautious and ready for a few oh shit moments. other than that, I made it out alive and had a great time..

off road driving
29 days ago

Overall a good easy trail, but it can get busy on the downhill side..

off road driving
1 month ago

off road driving
1 month ago

Was up here in 2015 Jeep Sahara. 3" lift. 35" tires. Easy trail. I can see how non 4x4 or a nonlifted 4x4 could possibly struggle. Some of the road is narrow. I only saw two other vehicles while I was there.

off road driving
1 month ago

The trail was open and great, short but fun. The rangers station gate was open and the fire ravaged landscape adds another dimension to this beautiful area. Try stopping on the road just before the Ranger station and hike around as well.

off road driving
1 month ago

great trail had fun with stock 4x4 lots of snow on top kinda risky but made it alive

off road driving
2 months ago

Awesome trail lots of fun, definitely coming back.

Really fun and challenging if you know we're to go !
3.5" lift, transfer guard , front and rear off road bumpers plus rock sliders is 31" tires you car go on every technical trail it is !

It's got no trespassing written all over it, along with a big fence with locks.

off road driving
3 months ago

off road driving
3 months ago

Tried it with a stock 4WD SUV, everything was pretty easy until I reached a point a few miles up the hill where even with ~8 inches of ground clearance, it'd be too risky to go through because of the tall rocks on the trail. I'm definitely coming back when I have a skid plate. The road is mostly narrow so if you have to pass someone, it'll be a little tough but I guess that goes with the territory.

Trail was closed to the public, no trespassing signs everywhere.