Originally Posted by sob
Just going about 200-300 feet straight back uphill to level ground for renovations or for sale.
In that case, you can forego most of what I told you. Make sure the tires are inflated, grab the previously mentioned 2x6's (they will spread the weight, and keep the tires from sinking into the sand). It would be a good idea to pull the trailer forward a few feet, and place the boards lengthwise under where the tires now are, then back over them. Once you get to the end of the first two boards, stop and pull them from between your truck and trailer, and place them behind the second set of boards. This also may keep the bumper and frame from digging into the ground as you back up.
It is not a good idea to hook anything to the bumper, as far as pulling forces, the bumper is only aluminum, and will tear fre of the 4 bolts holding it in place.