Just make sure you go in a group that way if you get stuck there will be more than enough people by ready and waiting to pull someone out, everyone is on the same team, they'll even spot you.Wouldn't want to go into the bogs in case my Wrangler gets trapped in the mud, even with a set of Nitto tires. But everything else is fair game. Unfortunately, I live nowhere near Alaska and the drive there would take me a week or two.
Too bad the Nitto Trail Grapplers cost an arm and a leg for a full set.
Part of that is learning how to take on certain trails. You'd be surprised at trails people go on that seem very risky but it's all about execution. Going with someone that knows and someone that can spot you goes a long way.Definitely looks extremely fun but I'd rather not go out to something that extreme. I'll stick to regular trails and what not where I can feel a good bit of bumpiness but nothing that'll potentially get me stuck in mud.