Red Cone is a very dramatic trail with incredible views. It's pretty technical too. I still have a stock PF and had trouble in a few spots. With some good driving and a better spotter, I cleaned the entire trail without a push or a pull. I did, however, end up with some scrapes and dings on my rocker panels, frame rails, lower control arms, lower rear bumper and my gas tank(!!!).
Here's some trail info ---
Red Cone - http://www.traildamage.com/trails/index.php?id=9
Webster Pass - http://www.traildamage.com/trails/index.php?id=50
I recommend this trail if you:
1. Love stunning views of high alpine terrain
2. Want to challenge yourself and your Pathfinder
3. Dig scars
4. Have a lifted PF
5. Have rock sliders
6. Have skid plates
I DON'T recommend this trail if you:
1. Love your Pathfinder more than your friends and/or family
2. Wax it religiously
3. Hate the sound of metal dragging and scraping over rocks
4. Don't like the idea of driving along a mountain ridge with a 1000+ foot drop just a few feet away.
5. Still have the factory "pontoon" side steps on your PF thinking they will protect your vehicle during rough off-roading. They won't. In fact, they won't make it home.
Here's the pics...
First obstacle is kind of a big one. It had me completely flexed-out and I scraped my frame and front diff on the way up.
The rest of the trail was just as intense as this first rock section. I decided to focus on driving instead of posing. The trail was kind of busy today.
Enjoy the scenery...
The camera can't really capture how vertigo-inducing this drop really is.
Check out the "tree striping". 4x4 and sexy paint don't mesh well.
The way down