made it all the way up there from the springs and i was only about 10 mins late which is great and the town of dillon and those around it are amazing. met alex and his family, then he led the way up as i have not been there for a few years. was a little bit of a bumpy trail as its mainly rocks and no dirt but hey second time i aired down a little more and that helped but it was a great day for the trail as i could see soo many mountain ranges out i thing it started showing the curvature of the earth. there was only one little spot that i had to even look at the tire placement for the edge and that part was not hard at all and i thing i still had plenty of room. no real issues for getting stuck on the trail minus one boulder in the ground that was just perfect to hang up my rear diff and i had no where to go so eventually i broke a nice big piece off the boulder in the ground and alex and i moved that under one of my rear tires to get me up and over that little annoying stone. overall it was a blast and minus my truck losing a bunch of Horsepower when i reached I 70 in the morn and bleeding more through the day (30 mph on hills and 57 mph on flat highway is no fun) was great, even had a bunch of wildlife in the area from many little creatures to a few times i saw deer and of course the mountain goats at the very top of red cone that didnt even care about us being there. i will get pics up a little later and i dont have a whole bunch since i was solo in my truck but i did get some so by this evening i will have them on here.