So first off, I know that there is the nelchina caribou hunt thread, but this is specific to DC 480 (Unit 13A and 13D). I don't want your specific hunting area, I just have questions about the area in general. I caribou hunt every year up on the haul road with my bow and do very well. But this will be the first year that Im hunting this area. I took my wheeler up to a buddys cabin by lake louise to "scout" around, but the trail (or lack thereof) going into his cabin is TERRIBLE!!! It took us 4.5 hours to make it 12 miles with all of the cut arounds, river crossings, logs, etc...Im just wondering what the trails are like for this hunt, where to park, etc...Ive ridden up there in the winter on sleds, but never on wheelers. Also, I know this is a "zoo" hunt with tons of people, just curious what the trails will be like, and no I don't expect super easy riding. Im more concerned with river crossings since Ill have my fiancÚ with me. Do most 4-wheelers make it back there ok, whats an average mileage run 15 miles 1 way or 40? I have what I would call a capable machine with nice tires, and both machines have a winch, but I will be towing a meat trailer in. Please message me if you have any info or text me 841-6569. Thanks and any input is appreciated.