Switzerland Trail, CO

Switzerland Trail

Switzerland Trail began as a railroad bed that is now used by beginner off-road enthusiasts to get comfortable navigating on off-road terrain. The trail offers sweeping views of Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Forests and the Rocky Mountains. It is a locals favorite due to its proximity to Bould.

Joining us this month to tell us about their trip to Mojave Road Trail, Holden took his Tundra to this trail and shared his story with us.

Favorite Cali Raised LED Product?

I've had the Overland Bed Rack for about six months, and it is by far my favorite addition to the truck as well as being the most useful Cali Raised LED product! It is so modular and customizable I find myself rearranging and putting something new on constantly. My rooftop tent, shade awning, and a couple LED pods live on the rack for now, but chances are I'll shuffle things around as soon as I start mounting things to the MOLLE Panels I have in the truck bed.

Favorite Trip?

My favorite trip so far has been in Colorado in June of last year. I and a few other Toyota Tundra enthusiasts planned a long weekend of trail rides and outdoor adventures in the Denver area. The truck was pretty much bone stock at the time, and it handled the trails (which climb up to 9,800 feet!) like a champ. I look forward to getting back on the trail now that the truck is lifted and has quite a bit more armor installed thanks to Cali Raised LED.

BucketList Trip?

I've always wanted to run Moab, as well as tag along on the annual Tundras To Sedona trip. I'm looking to mark both of those off the list in the next year or two.

Do you have any upcoming trips?

Now that I have the sliders, I will be running through the trails at my local OHV park in Bridgeport, TX. The last time I went I had to turn around in a few spots since I didn't have any real body protection. That won't be the case on this next trip!

Until next time! At Cali Raised LED, we not only want to encourage riders to try something new, (with all the proper precautions of course!) but also to not be too shy when it comes to checking out trails that they may not have thought possible. It's in our very slogan, "Rise Up and Seek Adventure." We really mean it.

Thank you to @teksou for sharing your story with us.

If you haven't figured it out yet, we've been featuring a trail or national park or other must see location each month of the year, and sometimes we are lucky enough to find other off-roaders who have been there. They are kind enough to share their experience and their expertise. Want to be featured? Have a trail you think we should feature? Submit your photos and story to to be considered!

What Trails do you think we should feature next? Tell us in the comments below!


  • Keep up the good work!

    STEVEN J GOETTSCH 05/07/2021 at 03:23 PM
  • 🤙

    Leslie Gagarin 05/07/2021 at 03:23 PM
  • Great truck I love it!! 🖤

    Rebecca Bishop Parsons 05/07/2021 at 03:23 PM
  • Awesome to see a tundra out doing the trails.

    Anthony R. Cabrera 05/07/2021 at 03:23 PM
  • Love my ditch lights. Look amazing and help so much in those times you need it.

    Dalton 05/07/2021 at 03:23 PM
  • Ditch light brackets

    David Merzian 05/07/2021 at 03:23 PM
  • Need more Tundra content! What happened to the lo-pro ditch light brackets anyway?

    David Merzian 05/07/2021 at 03:23 PM