I purchased a Broll to use while drywashing. I intended to use it to transport filled buckets from my diggings to my drywasher. Well, one day early in April I decided I would use the Broll to help transport supplies on a 1 mile hike over rough terrain to get to one of my claims. The Broll performed better than expected in that for the round trip (2 miles) I only managed to tip it over one time. And that was because I was traversing the side of a hill and ran the uphill wheel over a big rock. This terrain was no cakewalk either… if it got too rough I figured on leaving the Broll where it was and coming back for it later. To my surprise it easily went wherever I could go, rocks and all.