Trail: I've run redcone several times in my 94 YJ with about 5in. of lift, 33in. tires, an ARB in front and a true trac in the back. It's a fun trail, especially if you want to scare your friends that are new to four wheeling. It's not a hard trail but it has a very high pucker factor. It starts off very rocky, but nothing a stock 4x4 can't handle with the right line. The trail continues to climb to timber line through the rocks. As the rocks and trees decrease, the views become spectacular. At this point the trail itself becomes fairly smooth, but also very steep. You go through a series of long, steep ups and downs before reaching the final down hill run. This stretch of about 100 yards is so steep that the trail has been made one way going downhill, and besides being steep there is a huge drop off on both sides: thus the pucker factor. this trail can be run in stock vehicles with adequate tires (something with some serious traction!). I wouldn't recommend it for a first timer though because it does take excellent throttle and brake control to conquer the steep ups and downs, particularly when you consider the drop offs on both sides of the trail. Once you get down the steep downhill, you are right in the saddle of webster pass. A left turn takes you back to the highway, and a right turn takes you to radical hill and a vast web of fun four wheel drive trails. good luck and have fun on one of my favorite trails.