The lady at the office asked "Do you have a topper on the Blazer?" ....to which I replied "Yes." She then suggests that I remove it because "...we have trees here that will remove it for you!" <font color="red"> Tight </font color>- The word tight does not do the <font color="orange"> Orange Trail </font color> justice at Attica. There was at least 6 different times that I was sure the Blazer physically would not fit, but it did. <font color="red">Twisted</font color>- Again, this trail ranks right up there with the woods trails at Disney. At the very start of the trail, you drop off the bank into a creekbed that at times was rubbing both of the side mirrors- while they were swung into the doors. Unbelievable off camber turns, "Whoop-de-dos" across 3 to 4 parallel ditches and at least 2 places where I was forced to do a 4 to 5 point turn, on top of a ridge, teetering on 2 or 3 tires to make the downhill turn....talk about the "Pucker Factor"!! I had numerous ATV guys spotting and cheering me on as I sqeaked past each obstacle. I somehow don't believe this trail is traversed by much anything other than ATVs, Zukis and Jeeps, but I drove the ENTIRE <font color="orange">Orange Trail.</font color> I had just finished up my hydraulic assisted steering mod before this run and "Man, what a difference!!" I couldn't imagine this trail without it!! The <font color="orange">Orange Trail</font color> did take it's toll though: Both back windows shattered, one window seal ripped out, numerous ORD poly bushings cracked/split, part of the "Super" of the Super Swamper ripped off one of my tires, chunks of tree roots forced under the tire beads, scared up wheel edge (rolled the bead again), wrinkle in the pass fender, wrinkle in the pass door (right on the damn body line), wrinkle on the front of the driver's quarter, and the worst of all....caved in the driver's quarter panel on a "go-around" of all things. The choices I had presented to me was a mud pit that swallowed up a Jeep and several ATVs OR the go-around....I chose the go-around and the quarter panel paid the price...At least I still have the tail light in tact. Would I do it again? Absolutely! I will do just like the kind lady said to do; remove the topper first. I already have rock sliders so the next step is to add on the step/push bars to the sliders to try to avoid so much body damage...and (of course) bead locks with the new 39.5" Swampers. Pics of damage soon hopefully. Hope to see ya there on the next run!