Here's how I see The top 4 (there are more short roads out there but I don't post locations so I will not list them.
1 OFR. Road
2 Mabell (short) Not a road
3 The Gutter Not a road
4 CH (short) must Stay on the roads!
Trail Rating: (3-4) 30" aggressive (MT or AT) tires and disconnected sway bars recommended. This is a mildly demanding trail with large loose rocks, so the use of undercarriage protection is also recommended.
Here's a few pics/vids from OSJ's run there last August. We only needed a tug and/or a winch here and there.
Note that this property is not a birthright. The landowner is under pressure to close the property to wheeling. If you don't know the property boundaries then you should go with somebody that does or else you can wind up on somebody elses property (which can further increase pressure on the landowner to shut it down). When OSJ runs there we usually get somebody from WM4x4 to be the trail leader.
I have permission to be in there as well as a trail map. This spring I will have a 3 1/2" black diamond suspension lift with 32"x11.5" super swampers (or BFG's), and 4:10 axles with a lockright in the rear. Also Shrockworks rock rails, which are sitting in my garage right now. Dissconected swaybars is a good thing to know. Ive watched videos of people running that trail and before they even start they air down REALLY low. That seems kind of unnecessary. But this post isnt about me running the trail, its about some changes that may be taking place up there. I should have full details by monday and I will let everyone know whats going on.