It was a very fun trail, it is very narrow, and if you encounter an on coming vehicle, someone is gonna have a not so much fun time trying to back up to a place where both cars can pass by. High clearance vehicle is needed, as there are plenty sharp whoops in which a normal car will get stuck or at the very least scrape the frame.
I recommend taking this from east towards west, as it is displayed on the maps here. I never needed to turn on my 4x4, I did it all just using the 2wd, but if wet you will need 4x4 for some of the steep sections. Also, I have automatic locking rear diff, so I never lost grip, an vehicle with open diff may experience some grip loss even when dry, I also brought my tire pressure down to 24psi. Which made a world of difference in regards to grip, and just rolling over stuff. Finding the trailhead was not very easy, I actually took the wrong trail, and after 6 miles, I realized it couldn't be that trail, and headed back, then finally found it. You will know it is the correct trail, when you see the hiker trail head on your right hand side, then the truck trail will make a sharp left turn, and the hill will be on your right hand side, and the down slope will be on your left hand side. I don't think it's an "easy" skill level, I'm pretty new to off roading, but my truck is heavily modified with 14 inches of long travel suspension, which makes up for skill. But if you are on a stock truck, you will need moderate skill level.