The first 2.4 m is a rock strewn loose 4x4 uphill climb. Then it flattens out and provides a nice scenic view of the valley. You will then gradually 'summit' the mountain and proceed downhill. There are some fast bombing runs and a few torturous steep rocky sections. Max slope on the backside is -23.6% according to GPS data. After you get to the bottom you'll mostly coast through a sweeping valley and onto NFSR 100 to return to your vehicle.