The snow melted down a couple inches, and I returned with the snow plow to clear the second hill before attempting it. Got down to the ground and dirt with the plow. So, now was time to hook up and try to pull the truck on the trailer up where it needs to go. Still, the fact that snow exists in the area around the road must add an extra 3 tons to the trailer. Even getting to patches where all 4 tires are on true ground, it would NOT go up the hill; a hill that I can pull the trailer up in 2wd when snow is not present. This is the furthest it went... almost halfway, and that took like 5 runs. Turning around was just as rediculous. You either go straight back, or start turning and instant jacknife. Trailer stops rolling and truck slides. I give up. I dumped off the truck at the bottom of the hill and plowed it back into a snowbank.