Mario Dominguez

Trail Reviews: 700 points
Questions Answered: 0 points

My Profile

Off-Road Experience:
0-1 years
Off-Road Style:
My Garage:
  • 2020 Toyota Tacoma (3" lift, 34" tires)
My name is Mario, I’m “the next generation of off-roaders” as you may say. I’m 17 years old, and I go on weekend trips with my family all done in my parents 4Runner and my Tacoma!

My Garage (1)

2020 Toyota Tacoma

Lift Size: 3"
Tire Size: 34"

My Trail Reviews (5)

(within last 6 months)
Red Cone (09/19/2021)
Out of all the trails I’ve done, this one is my favorite. As soon as you get onto the trail the challenge begins. Did it in a lifted Tacoma on 305s twin locked and a lifted 4Runner on 305s and twin locked. Amazing trail
Flake Road aka Illinois Gulch (07/04/2021)
Ran this trail on 4th of July, came in around noon. The trail is dominated by SxS and ATVs. Saw a couple stock vehicles do it without a problem. All obstacles have bypasses. There’s a couple water crossing with A ton of water. Moab hill itself is no joke. There’s many different likes you could take. I went with the “moderate” bypass
Ivanhoe Lake (06/18/2021)
Can’t even get up the the trail head. Towards the top there’s to much snow to even try. You can indeed climb up the mountain but you won’t get near the trail head. There is a fair bit of campgrounds along the trail up
Grizzly Gulch Road (06/13/2021)
Pretty awesome trail. There was 2-3 water crossing all pretty shallow. Made it all the way up to waypoint 9, but the trail does continue even more. The whole trail was pretty easy up until waypoint 7 after that it did get a little bit harder. A vehicle with a good lift and tires can easily make it up the trail. Lots of big opened camping spots
Red Elephant Hill (05/16/2021)
I made it up the trail up the waypoint 16 I believe. After that there is a fair bit of snow but still passable. Lockers aren’t needed but definitely help! Rock sliders and skid plates are a must.