That's not too bad. I recommend either making your own long radius bend or buying one for the bend around the corner of the house. It'll make the pull a lot easier. The long radius bends are available from most electrical supply houses. You can bend your own if you need to. You'll be needing 1 1/2" schedule 80 PVC so heat bending that small of a size isn't too challenging if you have a large enough heat source. You may just choose to dig the trench such that you can force the conduit in without pre-bending it. You need to get that down 24" in most places if it can be driven over. With that in mind, you may want to use long radius bends at the risers on each end. Make it easy on yourself.
As a side note, I had an adapter for my truck's tailpipe that I used to heat 2" PVC for bending. Took about 5 minutes with a big block Chevy running at a pretty fast idle to make the conduit think it was a garden hose. They make heat blankets and ovens for this type of work but power wasn't always available.
Check with local requirements for the type ground they require for the building you are installing this panel in, assuming it's a building.