We only had four vehicles turn up, 2 H2's, 1 H3, and a Jeep. We also had the property out in his Samurai. The trails were soft and hard going. I wasted most of the day for everyone, getting stuck in a ditch for about an hour, and then blowing a CV on a 400' hill climb that I was slowly winching myself up, removing the half shaft (laying on ground crwaling with scorpions), then slowly winching myself down. I shouldn't have been on it in a H2 in retrospect, just too heavy and too big to make it up.
Deep scratches and dents were very evident on both H2's. The smaller H3 and Jeep remained pretty much unscathed and had a much easier tim of it, due to the tightness of the trails and the lighter weight of the vehicles.
I did get the H2 over to 40 degrees and it is not very pleasant when your face is 2' from the side of the ditch, I spent a good half hour at 35 degrees, watching my washer fluid poor out of the drivers side nozzle and even my PS fluid poor out.
It was still a blast and fun, but better days have been had.