Will add that this trail is rocky pretty much the whole way as I recall. And it is rocky right out of the gate too, so if you don't like the beginning turn around and do Daisy and Lulu and Sheep Mtn. Good tires are a must have.I will be in that area in 2 weekends with my college roommates and one of them wants to run it and camp at the lake. I would be in my 2015 trd pro, we would also have a 100 series with a small lift, and a gmc sierra 2500. Trying to assess the viability of doing this. I think my TRD Pro may actually have the least clearance, none of us have sliders. Also just wondering if its the total mosquito hell that the beaten path hikers have been talking about.
I have mapped all sections of the GCNF, most of the Lewis and Clark, and a few other areas and loaded in Gaia so no issues there, but thanks for offering.