I did this route because it was recommended in my Frommers guide on Colorado, but it wasn't very interesting. It is actually a track mostly meant for ATVs (quads) and is just a dirt road. There is only a bit of climbing and descending involved, but nohting worth mentioning. The whole route is through woods and meadows, so even though the track is right next to Bryce Canyon national park, there is no scenery. I did see a lot of deer and pronghorn during my ride at 3 pm. So probably when you get back from some really good riding in the Red Canyon (se my description of the Thunder Mountain trail) you may want to do this as an easy ride at dusk to see wild life up close. That's why I out the fun factor on 3.