I decided to attempt this trail on a sunny late winter afternoon, after several unusually abundant days of rain. The start of the trail is fairly bumpy, with small rocks unavoidably scattered throughout. Your first challenge is roughly 1/8th of the way through, as you'll reach some deep ruts and corrugations. At this point, I shifted into low range, and it was no issue to my 4 door Wrangler on 32" tires. Lines can easily be picked to avoid any bottoming out. Later however, about 1/6th of the way through, you'll reach some deep ungulations that did put my skid plates to minor use, as I approached them at roughly 10 mph, and could have avoided contact had I slowed down. Another set of 'waves' will greet you about 1/4 of the way through, as well as the occasional rut/wash out. Small patches of snow will begin to appear at this point, pending on the season and recent weather of course. Nearing half way through, I had to pass between some narrow foliage, that did do its fair share of brushing against my Jeep. But honestly, if a scratch or two bothers you, you've picked the wrong hobby. Gorgeous views of the valley below present themselves with grassy patches and copious pine trees. You definitely get the vibe that bears are abound. The scenery is quite beautiful. I wish I could have completed this trail, but I reached a large boulder blocking me from proceeding about half way through. I'm not sure how long it's been there, but it measures about 3ft by 2 ft in size and would likely require 37" tires and reinforced rock sliders to crawl over without damage. The boulder is unfortunately positioned at a narrow point in the trail, thus eliminating the possibility to go around it. I used 4th gear/low from the first obstacle onward. No use of the differential locks was required for the duration I was able to traverse.