Category Archives: Mt Hutt
Here are the overall results for the Freeski & Snowboard junior series held at Mt Hutt on 18th August…
On 2nd Sept Mt Hutt held the 2nd part of the two part mini shred series. Despite the weather not being favourable and almost blowing some competitors away, we had a strong turnout of very talented young skiers and boarders.
Even with the weather not co-operating we still saw inverts and spins on the jumps and lots of stylish slides on the boxes and rails.
Huge thanks to TRIC, Bolle and DC for some awesome prizes which the kids were stoked on.
Bring on next years MINI SHRED!!!
Mt Hutt hosted their leg in the Freeski and Snowboard Junior Series. We saw a strong field of very talented riders throw down their bags of tricks in a Slopestyle through the big T.R.I.C park.
We watched a huge array of tricks with a casual 540 becoming standard and the top finishes throwing down corked 720′s and the odd 900.
Mt Hutt T.R.I.C. park is the new cafe of the mountain! We will be handing out sausages and swag in a mellow jam format comp.
The deal is if you throw some cool tricks we’ll shout your lunch for you!!
Come up enjoy and have some fun in the park.
Saturday 11th, 11:30 – 2:00
Mt Hutt hosted their first Streets Mini Shred Competition of the season today.
With the weather playing ball and the park looking good all that was left were the young up and comers to throw down.
The judges and park crew were impressed with the level of riding demonstrated by everyone.
Some of the standouts were Tom Fisher with his underflip and 540 combo, Charlie Hay with his super clean slides on the down rail, Jacob Tapper-Norris with a giant lincoln loop and Fiona Brunton with some big 360′s on the jumps.
Big thanks to Streets, Tararua, TRIC, DC and Bolle.
Bring on Mini Shred #2
Mt Hutt together with Snow Tactics held the first ever Highest Ollie Competition as part of our London Olympics celebrations.
The game was simple. Jump the bar then move on to the next level!!! Most competitors kept in the game up until 50cm.
But it was Gaku Ozawa and Sam Good pushing the bar to clear 70 cm. In the end Gaka took out the competition by clearing an impressive 75cm.
A big thank you to all that took part.
U nder 16; 1st Chris Roy, 2nd Logan Cotton
Open; 1st Gaku Ozawa, 2nd Sam Good
Womens; 1st Fiona Brunton
We have a brand new mini park build to get the holidays started. Check out the new lillypad feature.