I just contacted Richard Tull, the head ranger at Corral canyon. I had to leave him a message but I will get all the current details for camping, fires, ect. As far as the trail goes, its a good one. Body damage is probable, bumper, slider, diff cover, tie rod, gas tank damage WILL happen. I live about a half an hour from buckman springs exit and 45mins from the trail head, so I use bronco peak as a test ground for all my mods. I have run this trail many times, day and night, and it changes every time. Not to scare anybody but Bronco Peak is not for your pretty mall crawler.
My suggested requirements:
A minium of 35 in tires.
A the very least a rear locker. open front and rear will result in all your buddies being very pissed off at you and quite possibly broken axle shafts.
(note) broken axle shafts result in very pissed off wife. The trail is "do-able" with one locker but we will refer you to by passes when avaible.
PROTECTION, rock sliders are Required, you will use them a number of times to pass certin sections that DO NOT have bypasses.
Front and rear steel bumpers, your stock plastic ones will work if your goal is an excuse to get new ones.
Gas Tank Skid Plate, Oil Pan Skid if you dont have them you may need to buy new ones.
Be sure to bring lots of water and to leave the beer at camp. Snacks and lunch is always a good idea.
Sun Screen and bug repelant
All your trail tools...a jack that can lift your Jeep (not your stock one) and a tool that can take your rims off.
and a good attitude
after saying all that. I cant freakin wait!
I will post up what Richard tells me as soon as he returns my call. Any questions feel free to ask.