No number restriction for now. Dave may cap the number later.
Just remember this is primitive, so water, and taking care of nesessary sanitation, can be a bit of a worry if you are real shy.
If you bring kids, WATCH THEM! Lots of open mining shafts, and some vertical, or have vertical shafts in them.
Dogs as well must be watched, as they must be both friendly, and kept out of the mines.
Dave and his Dad, and I went up there a couple months ago, and kind of squatted in the ruins for shelter from the wind.
I don't see a wind problem this time, but the idea of cold is a concern. Dress for cold, and pray for NO rain!
Plenty of gullys and stuff to test your abilities, near camp, but the roads into the area are pretty easy once you get up Iron Canyon.
I am bringing my small off road trailer, and made this last time no sweat. BUT...I have a LOT of clearance under my trailer,
And have 16" wheels. this trip is geared for all levels of off road knowledge, so even newbies will have no problems, if a little
common sense is used.
This is the camp area....