Well Meg and I are thinking of hitting this run with you guys too. A little harder for us to get away during the week but if it's a really great run we can try to work it out. So, that said, is this a technical run or just a scenic one?
The area has been closed since the fires last year, so we won't know for sure until the 1st when trip reports come back from other groups. The VJC is running it the morning of the 1st and there's about 30 of them.
Prior to the closure it was an easy to moderate rated trail. Some rough road going along the mountainside, some rocks in the creek bed, a old mill and several mines along the way, a crack to play on if you wish, etc. Not really technical, but it will definitely get you if you're not paying attention. It's a great trail, definitely one of my favorites.
I lost all my wheelin pics, but here's a couple pics from the VJC forum that pretty much sum it up. Its a great night run trail. Especially down in the creek bed.
Video of the Airpark Jeep Jam Run Oct 2011
Airdown, we start through the gate on the left, trail is about 5 miles and loops back to the gate on the right.
This is the optional way, bypass is to the right