Bryan Peterson

Trail Reviews: 2700 points
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Off-Road Experience:
4-5 years
Off-Road Style:
Overlanding
My Garage:
  • 2019 Toyota Land Cruiser (Stock lift, 32" tires)
  • 2020 Toyota 4Runner (2" lift, 32" tires)

My Garage (2)

2019 Toyota Land Cruiser

Lift Size: Stock
Tire Size: 32"
BF Goodrich KO2 tires. Metaltech4x4 Sliders. Rhino Rack Platform Roofrack. ARB 50 quart fridge.

2020 Toyota 4Runner

Lift Size: 2"
Tire Size: 32"
2020 TRD Pro Metaltech4x4 Sliders Morimoto LED Headlights Nitto Grappler Tires

My Trail Reviews (9)

(within last 6 months)
Buckhorn Draw Road (10/10/2021)
What an amazing drive! Easily traveled by just about any vehicle. We hit this a day after hard rains and had no problems at all. Some muddy spots, but easily managed. This trail is a must if you are in the area. The views are non stop from start to finish. Plenty of dispersed camping along the way. Unfortunately we were there on a Saturday and it was tough to find a spot. We did find probably one of the best sites along the way because it had a gate keeper that required 4WD and high clearance and was worth it. We actually had two bars of cell service as well.
The Wedge Overlook (10/09/2021)
Very easy and worth it! The road is well maintained easily traveled by most vehicles. Camping, there are about nine camping spots on the rim. If you are there on a weekend expect crowds. Very beautiful, do not miss this if you are in the area!
NP 230 (10/08/2021)
This will be a short review. We were there the day after very heavy thunderstorm’s came though on our way to Alstrom Point. The wash at waypoint one was running pretty good. We hit several mud spots with no problems. After about five miles we were stopped dead in our tracks as we watched to Tacoma’s coming our way trying to get unstuck in deep mud for an hour, they finally made it across. We obviously turned back, so this review only covers the first five miles🤔
Pawnee Grasslands Reservoir Loop (09/16/2021)
Went out to the grasslands for a change of pace. This was a fun trail although not technical at all. A lot of the road on the southern end is pretty rutted and a few washouts, but nothing you can’t get through. Reno reservoir is completely dry 🤷‍♂️. I can see in wet conditions there could be some problem areas. I did use the new Trails Off-road app for navigation and it was awesome. Loved having the waypoints accessible as you drive!
Eagle Rock Road (08/24/2021)
This is a really fun trail. Running it counter clockwise the first half is just a dirt road with some nice scenery. The second half you actually need 4WD and high clearance and has some really fun sections from rocky washed out to steep, rocky and loose hills. Tons of spur trails to explore. As we made our way around, all of the dispersed camp sites were pretty much taken. So as we were going for plan B when we came down some pretty steep and loose slopes to the creek crossing (which was dry), but it was Waypoint 19. A beautiful and secluded camp site and nobody there! We setup camp and didn’t see another person the whole time. The climb out was really steep and fun! Overall, love this trail and the whole area.
Crow Creek Road (07/14/2021)
Fun trail! Was in good shape and offers some amazing dispersed camping. Although, people need to pack their trash out and leave the sites in better shape. There were a few washed out areas but no problems for a high clearance vehicle. The water crossing was not a problem, although we crossed just before a massive thunderstorm came through.😬
Vedauwoo Road (07/12/2021)
A nice easy road with a number of fun spurs and off chutes. Plenty of dispersed camping, but even being on a Monday it was busy. Beautiful area and being so close we will definitely be frequenting the area a lot!
Pumpkin Vine Road (07/12/2021)
This is a nice relaxing scenic way to get to Vedauwoo. A really nice alternative of going through Laramie. Road is in great shape other than the occasional washboard.
Yampa Bench Road (06/21/2021)
The road for the most part was in good shape. Expect a solid 3 hrs to complete it with no stops. Airing down is a good thing on this road. There are quite a few rocky and fairly deep in sandy areas. Most of the very steep sections are rocky and rutted a bit. There are some blind curves in very precarious places some be extra careful. We didn’t see any other vehicles. The reward at the end is worth it! Along the route, if you keep your eyes open you will find some nice dispersed camping spots before you get down into Echo Park.