We then got off Clear Creek and proceeded east across San Carlos Creek and passed by the Molina and San Carlos Mines. This trail was more interesting and had some slightly difficult sections. There was no mud to test the mud traction of the Revos, but on loose ground they definitely had more traction than the Dunlops. I suppose the difference a good A/T tire makes. We got to one section where I took a more difficult line to lift the front wheel a bit, to the amusement of the other guys. Video clip.
The scenery was definitely better on this trail. We then got to a ditch in the road, which lifted a front and a rear wheel at the same time. We took some pics of the Liberty flexing. Unfortunately with only a LSD in the back, it had to take a different line to get across Video link. The wrangler which was stock decided to take an easier line Video link. I wanted to test out the traction control so I took the same line as the Liberty, and found than on a slight incline you can have a front and a rear wheel in the air and still go forward Video link.
We then had lunch close to San Carlos Peak with a great view over Cantua Creek. Some sandwiches and drinks later we were ready to go, but only after taking some more pics. Bliksem preferred to just seek out the best shade spots close to a food supply.