Will B

Trail Reviews: 500 points
Questions Answered: 0 points

My Profile

Off-Road Experience:
6+ years
Off-Road Style:
Overlanding
My Garage:
  • 2012 Toyota Tacoma (3" lift, 33" tires)
  • 2005 Toyota 4Runner (3.5" lift, 33" tires)
I believe that life is an adventure and life moves at the speed of relationships. So let's get out there, explore and meet new friends along the way!

My Garage (2)

2012 Toyota Tacoma

Lift Size: 3"
Tire Size: 33"

2005 Toyota 4Runner

Lift Size: 3.5"
Tire Size: 33"

My Trail Reviews (1)

(within last 6 months)
Ritter (09/26/2021)
The last weekend of September, we set out in search for this trail. We stumbled upon the trail south of FS-961 and unknowingly (at that time) ran that leg first as we were trying to get to the trailhead. We then turned on a scenic road, heading northeast and ended up at FS-113 East of Ritter Road. Fortunately, I had the GPS coordinates for the other end of Ritter Road where it meets FS-113, so we also drove the main section of the trail southbound from FS-113 to FS-961. At first, I wasn’t sure if we were on the right trail due to all the over growth, but we quickly came to the creek crossing (which was bone dry). I felt a little better as I recognized it from the pictures and videos that were posted, however, I didn’t feel totally reassured that we were on the right path until a little further down when the trail began to widen and we saw some ruts I recognized from previously posted pictures here. Earlier on, I was a little concerned that we might have made a wrong turn down an abandoned section that would come to a dead-end where I would have to make a 100-point turn to head back out the way we came in, because all the overgrowth and many spiders (which we unintentionally collected), with their webs stretched across the road. It seemed as if it’s been a very long time since this road had been traveled by anyone! I really enjoyed navigating this rutted trail with some decent cross-axle sections and moderate hill climbs. I hope to come back out in late winter/early spring to run this trail again, before the foliage becomes too dense and the insects are still dormant, there was a section where my wife wanted to get outside the truck and record some video/take pictures but I advised her to stay in because there were what appeared to be several aggravated hornets flying around the truck at that time. I’d like to thank everyone who shared info on this trail. I read all your reports, looked at your pictures and watched your videos before our trip and I found all the information very helpful! Here are some of our pictures and our video of the trail.