we have been here a few times, loved it, but always walked in from the south.
this time around, rented a wrangler, and thought we'd try the north route.
well be warned, this trail is a beast. I navigated it no issues, some balancing spots, but did it. I also drive offroad for a living and didn't mind. If you are a city person, or someone who never aggressively offroads, take the main road in, and walk.
once there, again greeted with amazing views, white soft sand, amazing water. however, it was crazy windy. with the wind, this find floury sand sticks to everything, and everywhere. so we had to leave a bit earlier than wanted.
so with leaving earlier, means hitting that trail again. going out is tougher than going in. be warned. walk in from the south, you may be time ahead anyways