Gravity Hill - Thunderbird Drive

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Gravity hills are interesting natural phenomena that are nature’s practical jokes on the gullible. Gravity hills are what happen when a common optical illusion that causes a slight downward slope to appear to be an uphill slope tricks people into thinking that their car is magically going uphill,when in fact, it’s going downhill. Although a perfectly practical explanation for the “phenomena” exists, they are still cool as all get out and therefore included here. This particular gravity hill is on Thunderbird Dr, on the stretch between Twin Hills Dr. and Singing Hills Dr.

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Geographic Information

820 Thunderbird Dr.
El Paso, TX
United States
31.8436809, -106.51752060000001
El Paso County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Sunland Park, NM (4.9 mi.)
El Paso, TX (6.1 mi.)
Prado Verde, TX (6.5 mi.)
Fort Bliss, TX (6.5 mi.)
Canutillo, TX (6.7 mi.)
Santa Teresa, NM (7.2 mi.)
Westway, TX (8.7 mi.)
Vinton, TX (8.9 mi.)
La Union, NM (11.2 mi.)
Anthony, TX (11.9 mi.)


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