I did this today. It was an okay trail, very easy, but the last 35% of the trail is very nice up in the woods. There is a nice water creek you can stop at and have lunch at. The reason why I give it 3 starts is because for the first 30% of the trail, it's the DIRTIES trail I have every been on. Just flooded everywhere with either bullet casings, stuff destroyed that was used as target practice, and trash in general. It was very sad to see so much garbage on a trail that takes you to such a nice place as Pine cove. I did the first few hundred yards of Indian mountain trail, but I had to turn back, after several obstacles that test your truck's articulation, lockers, and suspension, the trail starts getting pretty narrow and twisty, which proves a challenge to my full size pickup, a modified pre-runner chevy avalanche. A big truck for that twisty trail. So I found a place to turn around, and went back to the Bee canyon trail. Next time I try the Indian mountain trail I'll make sure to not go alone, and just try all the obstacles, that way if I do get stuck, at least there is someone to pull me up or back, haha. Bee canyon took me 1.5 hours, plus 40 minutes I spent on Indian mountain trail.