I'll still go up to Reiter. . . but it just makes me nervous. There are a lot of easier trails up there. And there are some really difficult ones. The slick, slimy off-camber sections of trail don't help. Nor do the buggies on massive tires that chew everything up. But I don't really mind since it's an awesome place for those types of buggies and there are plenty of other trails for lest built rigs in the area:
I ran the same trail with my TJ on 32" tires and a 2" lift. It leads to the Rock Garden where I gingerly needed to make my way around the very edges since the main routes through the Rock Garden were WAY above my driving abilities and capabilities of my TJ. I did need to winch up one climb but after that everything was good. Made a dumb move and got hung up on a something (I think it was a beachball sized rock) that was hiding in the mud. Rather than have a spotter I kept trying to rock back and fourth off of it. Ended up denting my oil pan.
Having some good rock sliders is a good idea as they'll probably get used. And watch it. The trails hide a lot of stuff that can jump up and bite your rig, like rocks.
BTW, if you want a trail map I spent about 4 months, 80 hrs, and several GPS runs at Reiter collecting trail data and designing a trail map. Just download it from my website in the "Maps" folder:
Reiter Trails Map
It was good enough that the WA State DNR wanted my GPS data. Pretty complete info. Designed to be printed on 11x17 paper. Just take the PDF file to Kinkos or Office Depot. Printing costs ~$2 and they'll laminate it for you for another ~$2.
Here are some shots of what the map looks like. The downloadable PDF file has MUCH better resolution than these images so get that instead.