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Forest Service Road 912 in the Mark Twain National Forest offers great views, camping, rock obstacles to navigate, and creek crossings along the nearly four miles of its length. On either end of 912, there are simple obstacles on the top of the ridges. However, where the trail climbs or descends offers the most exciting obstacles. While there are a few bypasses, plenty of areas remain to provide a good challenge, especially if the area recently had rain. Expect pin striping and the use of 4LO and lockers depending on the chosen line. Rock ledges up to 24 inches are plentiful, and deep ruts offer the opportunity to flex your rig. This trail is a fun one. If you are up for it, check it out!

The track stops at the USFS MVUM limit on the eastern end. However, the heavily used road continues to connect with Skyline Drive.