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#CleanYourLocalForest in the Palatinate Forest & win with Five Ten

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#CleanYourLocalForest in the Palatinate Forest & win with Five Ten

Mountain Biking Collection by adidas Five Ten

Imagine you're riding on a flowy trail that leads along natural paths through a wonderfully dense forest. You suddenly see a plastic bottle that someone has obviously lost. So, you pick it up, of course. After all, the bottle has no business being on the trail and is an obstacle too.

What do you think about going one step further and setting even more of a good example? You could show other forest visitors that you care just as much about untouched nature as a mountain biker. Why not pack a rubbish bag in your rucksack for your Tour and collect a bit of rubbish along the route, at car parks or on the roadside. You don’t have to organise a big clean-up of course. It’s enough if everyone just takes a few minutes to help our forests to look a lot nicer!

And there’s more great news: for your good deed, you won’t only get positive karma. You have the chance to win one of four exclusive adidas Five Ten packages with great sustainable products for your mountain bike Tours. The package is available twice for women and twice for men. Each includes a pair of Five Ten Freerider Primeblue mountain bike shoes, a pair of Five Ten BOTB bike shorts and a Five Ten Bike TrailX T-shirt. There are also 500 Five Ten 25% discount codes up for grabs!

By the way, the entire outfit comes from adidas Five Ten's Primeblue product line. They are produced using high-performance recycled materials, some of which are made from Parley Ocean Plastic. This special project aims to rid beaches and coasts around the world of plastic waste by using it to produce new materials. This is an important step towards a plastic-free future for our oceans.

Joining the #CleanYourLocalForest initiative is easy:
1. follow adidas Five Ten on komoot and take us with you on your clean up, no matter if you walk or ride. You can either be inspired by the highlights in this Collection or ride your own favourite route.
2. show that you care about the environment and record your clean up Tour with komoot and add #CleanYourLocalForest to the title of the Tour.
3. tag adidas Five Ten as a participant in your Tour to share it with us and the community. Creative Tours with photos of your clean up have the chance to win one of 500 Five Ten 25% off codes! (You will be contacted by email)
4. repeat!
5. are you also interested in winning one of the four Five Ten packages? Then register for the prize draw by clicking on the "Enter Now" button.

So what are you waiting for? Let's go! #CleanYourLocalForest and make your personal contribution to a more beautiful forest!

On The Map

Tours & Highlights

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    Großer Feldberg

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Große Feldberg is not only the highest peak of the Taunus, but of the entire Rhenish Slate Mountains. The information about its exact height varies between 879 and 881 meters. The summit is extremely popular with day trippers from the Rhine-Main plain. Not only motorcyclists, racing cyclists and mountain bikers meet here on weekends, but also many motorists. It can get really crowded at peak times. Fortunately, the summit plateau is quite large. In addition to the television tower and transmission mast of the Hessian Broadcasting Corporation, there is a restaurant, two kiosks, a hiking home with an observation tower and a falconry. The most beautiful view is from the Brunhildis rock on the northern edge of the plateau. Various hiking trails lead over the summit. After all, the Taunus Club was founded up here and even Goethe liked to hike in the Taunus. There are plenty of trails for mountain bikers, including the official flow trail over the Fuchstanz to Hohemark. Racing cyclists particularly appreciate the twelve-kilometer ascent from Oberursel because of its length. The road from Schmitten is less busy, but also offers fewer vertical meters in one go. The Feldberg is by far not the most beautiful peak in the Taunus, but is definitely part of a tour in the Taunus because of its height and easy accessibility.

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    Flowtrail Feldberg (beide Abschnitte)

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Beautiful flow trail, with branches in different degrees of difficulty. This means it can be used by mountain bikers of different skill levels.

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    Viktoria Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Nice final trail in the Taunus, if you drive a lap from "above" to Oberursel. With momentum on the plate, from there first a narrow path along the field wall, to then flow nicely over various large bumps. I could drive half the day! :-)

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    Felix
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    Gravity-Trail am Schläferskopf

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The Gravity Trail on the Schläferskopf is divided into several stages and offers a lot of fun for interested and advanced bikers. The jumps can all be avoided using so-called "chickenways". The first part is quite bumpy and crisp, but the rest of the stages have a flowing character. Please always ride with a helmet and protectors!
    Have fun and ride save!

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    Grueffelo
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    Hügel Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    One of the oldest trails in Germany! Established in the 80s by local BMX groups as a leisure project, I am very happy to see that it is still used and, above all, maintained today.

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    Tip by
    Lars W.
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    Kammtrails: Burgen-Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Category: blue (easy), length: approx. 1.7 kilometers, altitude difference -200
    The castle trail takes its name from the Randenburg and an old Celtic refugee castle between which the trail ends. With a lot of flow he pulls down into the Krebsbachtal. All obstacles on the trail can be rolled off and in some places there are two variants with different levels of difficulty.

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    Schmaler Trail an der Kiesgrube

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Nice trail in the "level" between Wiesbaden / Darmstadt / Frankfurt - longer than most of the others in the area. Including roots, bottlenecks, small hills and hollows. There is even a mud hole, which only dries up in absolute midsummer ... :-)

    Depending on the speed, suitable for beginners and advanced, somehow everyone has fun here.

    Just beware of wild boars in the relevant season!

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    Tip by
    Felix
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    Melibokus-Abfahrt

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    This highlight describes exactly the GeoNaturpark MTB Trail course (Be1 and Ndl.B) and is therefore completely legal to drive. Of course, these trails are also used by hikers and runners. It goes without saying that caution and mutual consideration are required.

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    Hirschkopfturm

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    A nice highlight from which you can let your gaze wander over the Rhine-Neckar plain and the Odenwald.

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    Bernd
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    Königstuhl

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    A fantastic distant view of the Rhine valley and over Heidelberg to the Palatinate Forest and Speyer - of course only when it is not too hazy. It is definitely recommended to take the mountain railway up - of course also recommended for cyclists and mountain bikers. In the warm months it is unfortunately quite overcrowded by a lot of tourists and local walkers. This can be a bit stressful for cyclists of all kinds. It is best to take a short descent near the mountain railway station - this can avoid trouble or even accidents.

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    Max-Planck-Flowtrail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Great entry into the trail world below the Königstuhl towards Leimen. The trail is super flowing, especially something for bikers who like it curvy. A bit muddy sections after rain, but still nice to drive. Halfway through the trail there is the option to join other trails. Just try it out.

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    Frankensteiner Monstertrail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    This trail did not get its name for nothing. Do you defeat the monster or do you dismount? If so, it is no shame. If you stay on the bike, you can be sure that you are fit. As a small motivation - no matter how you arrive at the top - should serve the castle Frankenstein, where you can breathe and enjoy the great view.

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    Drachenfels

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Definitely experience! That is a real highlight! The last few meters of ascent can be exhausting, but the view from above is terrific. And the rock itself is very fascinating.

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    Tip by
    Björn
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    Wolkenbruch-Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Really good and long S1-S2 trail. Not too steep, mostly flowing, technical passages are easy to avoid. The trail is divided into four sections, which means you can stop briefly after each section and let your thighs cool down.

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    „Ewiges Pädche“

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Sometimes one of the longer trails. The name is justified. Makes you in a good mood ... also upwards. This section will be left to natural development in the future. You have to make your own way around fallen trees and storm wood

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    Ruine Neuscharfeneck

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    A very beautiful and romantic castle ruin. In the ruin there are information boards about the castle, which are very nicely designed and informative. The best thing, however, is the beautiful distant view in and around the Palatinate.

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    Felsentor Singletrail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A great trail. The rock arch makes you feel a little like on trails in Moab.

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    Teufelstisch

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Unique rock formation! That alone is worth the trip. The Dahner Felsenland and the Rodalbener Felsenweg are of course part of it.

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    Sven
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    Hohle Felsen-Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    If you drive the “Hohle Felsen-Trail” in a north-easterly direction, you can join the highlight “Geiler Singletrail”. Then you have over three kilometers of trail, almost exclusively downhill.

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    Andreas
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    Kellerfels

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Great trails! Don't miss the rock gate, because behind it the next trail continues.

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