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ExitIsNearSign Redwood Rampage ExitSign
World(s) Blackforest Plateau
Type Hollow Tree
Music Theme(s)
Animal Buddies Squawks the Parrot

Enemies Encountered Nids, Buzzes, Sneeks, Bristles, Koin
Game(s) Donkey Kong Land III
First Appearance Donkey Kong Land III (1997)
Latest Appearance Donkey Kong GB: Dinky Kong & Dixie Kong (2000)
Adjacent Stage(s) << Donkey Kong Land III >>
<< Donkey Kong GB: Dinky Kong & Dixie Kong >>

Redwood Rampage is the sixth stage of the world Blackforest Plateau of the Northern Kremisphere, as well as the twentieth stage overall in the game Donkey Kong Land III. It is preceded by Tundra Blunda and followed by Arich Attack.


Redwood Rampage appears to take place on the inside of many trees with many tree-carved platforms to help the Kongs out. Some ledges are too high for the two of them to scale. On the first part of the stage, Nids bounce upwards to help Dixie and Kiddy Kong to reach areas which the two cannot reach themselves. Squawks the Parrot then fulfills the job later on in the location. There are many Buzzes which are surrounding the tree-carved platforms and flying back and forth, making the stage more tricky. Aside Buzzes, Sneeks and Bristles can also be found.


Collectables and Secrets[]


Names in Other Languages[]

Language Name Meaning/Translation
Arabic ريدوود هيجان Redwood Rampage
Simplified Chinese 红木横冲直撞 Redwood Rampage
Traditional Chinese 紅木橫衝直撞 Redwood Rampage
French Saccage de Séquoia Redwood Rampage
German Redwood-Randale Redwood Rampage
Italian Furia di Sequoia Sequoia Fury
Japanese レッドウッドで大あばれ Redwood Rampage
Korean 레드우드 램페이지 Redwood Rampage
Spanish Alboroto de Secuoya Redwood Rampage


  • This stage has similar features to Minky Mischief (except for the obvious lack of Minkeys), also a hollow tree stage in the game Donkey Kong Land III, as both have the same enemies and have Squawks taking over for the second part of the traversal.