Lion's Back is an Off-Road DreamThe treacherous path has been closed off since 2004. But 3 Jeeps were given exclusive access to take the obstacle head-on. The skilled Jeep drivers had to take on a 65 degree incline, reaching 350ft. high at its peak. They then had to turn 180 degrees on a narrow, rugged path. The path is so narrow Wikipedia relays that it's a 5-9 point turn. That's got to be nerve-wracking for some. Then they had to head back down that steep dive. It looks like the Grand Cherokee, and two Wranglers (one 2-door and one unlimited) broke the Lion's Back with ease! No small feat, as the sandstone ridge is famously known to have taken out a Chevy Blazer. We're glad everyone handled it well. Hope you enjoyed the footage!