Reasonably new to offroading, and this trail was the most challenging to date, and also the most fun! Had a motley crew of a group; a 3" lifted Tacoma on 33s, 3" lifted FJ on 33s, stock Wrangler on 33s, 2" lifted 4runner on 32s, a side by side, and a Pinzgauer.
We were in no rush, and took our time finding lines for everyone. Took about 9 hours for a loop starting near swasey cabin via DR, fixit pass, and returning via Nielsen Dugway (included lunch, and letting several groups of sidexsides play through on razorback). The wrangler and the 4 runner scraped in a few places, but no damage, and the 4runner wished it had a hitch skid plate like the Tacoma, which was used on several occasions. Never need to winch or strap anyone, though some used the bypass on razorback and the ledges. Razorback may look daunting at first, but take your time and find a good line and go get it! I think everyone used less than a half tank of gas.
Fixit pass was in great shape. Some online videos looked rough, but it was in good shape (spring 2021) and frankly too easy after DR challenges! Racing through the wash was fun, slipper arch is incredible, and Nielsen dugway had some obstacles and a bit slow-growing, but nothing to be concerned about. Fun loop.
The next day, did Eagle canyon, eva conover, south fork coal wash, and fuller's bottom (river crossing was easy with around 15cfs) to the wedge overlook on the way home to salt lake. Great trip!
Very cool trail. Fun climb, but very narrow. Unfortunately with the snow we couldnt make it up the very last climb. A couple obstacles to keep it interesting but not too bad. Not too many people in the area with snow the Saturday before Christmas. Felt like we had the entire system to ourselves.