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Kids Loop (at Tahi) (430m)
Rotorua RedwoodsLast Update: 30/12/2014
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Difficulty - Easy - A & B Lines
Slope - Flat
Space - Open
Surface - Dirt
Trail type - Single track
From a trail quality perspective the Kids Loop is well built however itís important to identify that the name clearly comes from the intended usage not from a parental aspect.
- You cannot watch from a vantage point. If you want to see your child you need to ride with them and stay close as the trail winds through thick bush.
- The trail has a number of intersections one of which could send your child onto the Tahi trail only to return 10 years later with a DH World Championship.
For my 2c, I wouldnít be letting my infants school aged child ride off around the Kids Loop by themselves which is pretty sad because taking off into the bush for hours on end was precisely what I did most afternoons and every weekend when I was that age.
Anally retentive, overly fearful parent aside ... itís a great trail for kids, they will love it.