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Little Red Riding Huck   (1.55km)

Rotorua RedwoodsLast Update: 22/2/2014
Some trail names are made up, if there is a different name please let us know.

Video Uploaded: 17/1/2014

Difficulty - Intermediate - Advanced - A & B Lines
Slope - Moderate - Steep
Space - Tight - Extreme Caution
Surface - Dirt - Rutted
Trail type - Single track


Little Red Riding Huck is the natural extension of Huckleberry Hound but is tighter and a little more technical.

Little Red Riding Huck starts over the other side of Hill Rd from the Huckleberry Hound exit.  After a few jumps a massive drop appears on the left with little warning and this is followed shortly after by another massive gap jump also on the left).  On both occasions there is a chicken run to the right, technical in their own right.

From the gap jump the trail gets tight and twisty for a short stretch before coming to the first intersection with Corners Little Red Riding Huck heads to the right and after a couple of turns the trail opens up for some fast riding sections with plenty of jumps to keep you sweating.

The trail touches Corners again but doesn’t cross over for another 100m or so.  From this point on the trail gets much tighter with quite a lot of corners but far less jumps, however the bottom section is rougher than the rest of the trail.

As with Huckleberry Hound, Little Red Riding Huck is a very different trail to Corners and I highly recommend riding it.

The start is from Hill Rd at the exit of Huckleberry Hound and ends at the Shuttle Pickup on Pipeline Rd just up from the intersection of Hill Rd.

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