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I haven't been up there in quite some time. It was pretty tame there last time (over 3 years ago) but it could have been more washed out since then. Look on http://www.traildamage.com/ for some info on current condition and pictures for most of the trails in the area.
 

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Never go wheeling alone...

I almost learned the hard way when I got stuck with my old Outback.
 

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Trail Damage still rates it as a 2-3 so should be within the XV's abilities for sure.
 

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Depends on your driving abilities but maybe the 4 with some difficulty. The big thing is you will NEED tires before you do it. These stock tires have very soft sidewalls and tread and just will not hold up. Especially with the sharp rocks around these parts.
 

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I agree.. you will need the tires. I took a ride to Gibson Lake (the actual trailhead, not just the campsite) and my Crosstrek did great, but I was sweating the tires.... I like to get one size bigger, just curious to how big I can go without having to make suspension adjustments
 
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