Alright, I just hit up the google image gallery and feel so much better about life - I also apologize, I had the Renegade in my mind’s eye, not the Cherokee Trailhawk. So I don’t know if you took a peek at this part of the website - http://trailfest.ca/index.php/trails
where the trails are listed. A more aggressive lug of tire will DEFINITELY help navigate the terrain but I would say that Timberbear and Rathwell would be navigable with no major hassles, if among you, there are people who are less familiar with their vehicles and the technicalities of offloading the Bumps & Bruises trail on Saturday would be a huge benefit. There’s a short information/explanation session that talks about both the vehicle, and the drivers, in terms of strategies and trail manners that every novice driver can benefit from, then there’s a little obstacle specific part where people practice things like lining up 2 tires and driving with one side of their jeep on a log, and some practice with short steep climbs and descents - then there’s a whole trail that they do. For the more adventurous among you, the only thing you’d likely ever damage on the vehicle is the thing that’s not a rock rail on a unibody. LOL. Rocker panel I guess you would call it. Big likeliness of scratching it, less likely to crack it. But of the body damage I’ve seen over the past few years, that’s usually it. If anyone has upgraded to a metal rock rail or solid steel running bar, then I’d also unleash them on Dewdney without too much concern. The trails we run were once logging trails but have been mostly cut and maintained and jeep trails, so there’s also the leaf/branch/rub scuff marks that can happen on the doors, Lots of rocks, some stumps and fallen trees, a bit of mud, but no deep/troublesome water. As a rule we are all there to have a good time, make sure our participants don’t get in over their heads, and make sure that everyone is able to drive home on Monday.
Here are the pics from last year’s trailfest, they’ll definitely give you an idea about all kinds of terrain (if it looks terrifying, we won’t send you there!) Trailfest Gallery
Hope this helps