Originally Posted by 92shawman
Has anyone done this in a mostly stock toyota pickup?
I have a 92 pickup with an arb bumper, winch, 31' bfg all-terrains, and hopefully rock sliders by the time I might go...do you guys think it's doable?
If I go I would definitely hike all of the hard part first, but I want to know if it's even possible before I spend that energy towards it.
I think it's much too dangerous without a seriously modified vehicle. The problem as I saw it were the huge depressions that would swallow hole tires and make you off camber, then the problem is steering and controlling your decent down the intensely steep grade.
I've not seen the drop off in two years but I can only imagine that the trail conditions are even worse.
You can drive up to the squeeze and then hike down to the drop off and survey it before committing to such and obstacle.
Also you can do the trail in reverse and come up fish creek, along split rock. There is a mini drop off you can park next to and hike from there. I think it was about a 15 minute hike from this direction to heart attack hill if I recall.
Originally Posted by maxamillion2345
Yep slow motion part and dub step work out a lot better.