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Rotorua RedwoodsLast Update: 30/12/2014
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Difficulty - Easy - Intermediate - A & B Lines
Slope - Moderate - Undulating
Space - Open
Surface - Dirt - Roots - Rutted
Trail type - Single track
It’s a fair effort to climb Katore Rd however not beyond the dozens of riders I saw over the two half days I spent in the area. Personally I found the climb too steep but the walk was relatively easy.
The Tokorangi single track starts with a climb from near the top of Katore Rd up to the top of the peak. A relatively easy climb in comparison to Katore Rd. At the top of the peak is an amazing 360° view ofRotorua, something not to be missed. Make sure you have your camera.
From the top, Tokorangi flows through the cleared forest, initially downhill it then climbs along the ridge before entering the forest. There are some roots and ruts in the opening section of the trail worthy of special attention due to the speed easily gained in this section.
Once inside the heavily ferned scrub the trail is quite narrow and dark but once into the pine forest the trail widens allowing a fast flowy run down to Turkish Delight via a number of lovely wide banked turns and some super fun traverses.
While the stretch through the trees is quite long it only takes a couple of minutes due to the brilliantly juicy gravity flow. Not a lot of braking is needed and virtually no pedaling.
A highly recommended ride