If everyone is traveling the same trail(s)/trail loop as has been indicated, then is that to say that there are no grades of difficulity such that the novice/early intermediate drivers might be able to stick to trails more appropriate for their skill and confidence level ? My wife and I have some experience on basic trails in a stock Wrangler and hopefully are not destined for two days of driving situations that are out of our league.
excerpt from an earlier post:
How are we being assigned the trails we will be on?
A. Here is what is happening as far as trails (from another Wheel-in post):
"...We plan to run the Oak Ridge Loop for the Wheel-in, which is a combination of all the 17 trails used at Camp Jeep, so your A and B trails are included. We plan to start everyone at different points on the loop, wheel as much of the loop as you can on Day 1, pick up where you left off on Day 2. Do not expect Tellico, Rausch Creek, Crozet, Wind Rock, etc. God did not bless us with such terrain on the eastern slope of the Blue Ridge. Some consider Oak Ridge on par with Uwharrie. There is plenty of bark at Oak Ridge, and plenty to bite you there as well...."
So every group will run all sections of the trail loop, they will just start at different locations on said loop on day 1 and resume the loop on day 2.