A few years back the term ‘Terror Trail’ was coined by SA4x4 staffer Patrick Cruywagen. It aptly described those adrenaline-infused, heart-in-the-mouth, sweaty palm tracks that required lots of guts to attempt, and which delivered equally in terms of potential vehicle damage and massive feelings of pride if you got it

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