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Twister is a 1-mile long, straight-through rock-crawling trail located only minutes from Kingman, Arizona. The trail is entirely on State Trust Land, so you must acquire a recreational permit. The trail snakes its way through a rocky wash with several optional obstacles made up of car-sized boulders. Moderate off-camber situations easily lead to body damage along this trail. Most of the early obstacles offer an easier bypass, but obstacles later in the trail present consistent beachball-sized and larger rocks that must be traversed no matter which lines you take. These rocks can often move with each passing vehicle and have no hesitation in reaching out to grab low-hanging undercarriage parts. The terrain has several short stretches of smooth rock faces with left and right alternating deep ruts, flexing or twisting your suspension. Hence the trail name.
This trail is best suited for modified vehicles with larger tires, traction aid devices, and skid plates.
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