Tristin Fichtner


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My Garage:
  • 1996 Toyota 4Runner (2" lift, 33" tires)
From Santa Barbara County. My goal is to drive every trail in California.

My Garage (1)

1996 Toyota 4Runner

Lift Size: 2"
Tire Size: 33"
Custom skid plate and bumpers all around. 2.5 king coil overs in the front. Icon upper control arms. 2.5 fox shocks in the rear with outboard shock relocation kit.

My Trail Reviews (4)

(within last 6 months)
2N02 - Burns Canyon (09/24/2022)
This trail was a nice trail to spend a few hours on and you can definitely get any 4x4 out here. The selection of trails you can take are great and leave options for most levels of drivers. I would defintely suggest spending tow full days out there to hike and explore connected trails.
2N70Y - Sidewinder Canyon (09/24/2022)
Great trial if your vehicle is lifted a few inches and you are driving on 31"s or bigger. Some of the ruts are pretty serious and I would consider this closer to a 4 if you have not driven trails like this before. If you have more experience wheeling this could still be considered a 3. Overall, a nice intermediate trail.
2N61Y - Heartbreak Ridge (09/24/2022)
The environment you get to drive through is incredible, but the trail itself is a little bit tedious. There are a few technical spots that are a lot of fun but besides that, there is a lot of slow moving rock-garden type areas. It's definitely a time consuming trail and it feels like a lot of the same terrain the entire trail. Going up waypoint 3 was one of the more fun parts to the trail and actually got some use of the rock sliders. If you are looking for a good trail to spend half the day on, this is the one for you. If you do not plan on going up waypoint 3 this trail is probably a 4. If you got up waypoint 3 I would call this a 5. It is not especially difficult but I would definitely recommend rock sliders and a locker if you are taking this approach.
26E219 - Bald Mountain (07/31/2022)
Best trail I have done yet. There are plenty of hard lines if you choose to do that but there is almost always a way around so you can bring most lifted vehicles with a locker through. The view at the top is definitely worth the trip. I would recommend giving yourself a whole day out there to explore all the other offshoots.