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Off-Road Experience:
2-3 years
Off-Road Style:
Rock Crawling
My Garage:
  • 1998 Toyota Land Cruiser (2.5" lift, 33" tires)

My Garage (1)

1998 Toyota Land Cruiser

Lift Size: 2.5"
Tire Size: 33"
Rocky Road Sliders, TJM Skid Plates, rear locker, custom front bumper, Smitty Built XRC 9500 winch.

My Trail Reviews (1)

(within last 6 months)
Grizzly Gulch Road (07/03/2021)
This trail is a gem. We ran this with 2 rigs on July 3rd. It started out poorly as we took the Easternmost spur first. I'd highly recommend avoiding this one as it dead-ends in a debris field with no turn around spot available. Nothing starts a trail run off better than having to back down a shelf road (at least it's heavily tree lined, so there's no fear of imminent death). The spur ending at waypoint 4 was a slight point of interest with the Zombie infested mine. It seems as if some of them may have escaped as the sign had been moved. The western side of the trail is where it really shines. Right after waypoint 3, the trail follows a scenic, bubbling creek just big enough to cool the air. It provides three water crossings on the way to the top. The trail increases in difficulty as you pass waypoint 7. We encountered a couple small mud bogs, some mildly challenging rock obstacles and a few tight spots through the trees. The trail seems to be cleared to the end, but we didn't go much further than the end of the incomplete trail map after our previous dead end and the tedious backing up that resulted. The biggest reward of this trail is the amazing views. The water crossing at waypoint 7 might just be one of the best views I can remember in all of my Colorado offroad experience.