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#CleanYourLocalForest in Tyrol & 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!

Best of all, you won’t just get positive karma for your good deed, you can win one of 500 Five Ten 25% discount codes!

In line with #CleanYourLocalForest, you can put together your entire MTB outfit from our 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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    Arzler Alm Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The varied trail from the Arzler Alm, opened in 2016, was created as a project by the Innsbruck bike community. At almost 400 meters in altitude and three kilometers in length, it meanders flowily with waves, tight curves and individual technical passages down to the city limits. Alternatively, airtime awaits experts on playful step-ups and gap jumps, all of which can be bypassed.

    All in all - fun factor high! The Arzler Alm Trail is particularly suitable for a successful after-work tour or a bike tour in between.

    Tip: Just 300 meters from the trail entrance, the Arzler Alm, which gives it its name, offers Tyrolean home-style cooking with a magnificent panorama of the city.

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    Panoramatrail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The name already gives it away: Here you have a really nice view. Reason enough to include this trail in the tour. Not a five-kilometer extra distance, but the said awesome view and a mighty steep descent. And if you want, a stop at the Höttinger Alm.

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    Nockspitze

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Nockspitze is certainly the most popular mountain of the Innsbrucker, to be inspired by the sunrise. Many torture themselves out of bed in the middle of the night to admire the natural spectacle. It is therefore even wiser to sleep upstairs and marvel at both sunrise and sunset. The special: Even if the summit is still snowy, can drive on the south side of a fabulous trail.

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    Grenzkammstraße

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Cozy and well-paved gravel road with stunning views over the South Tyrolean mountains.

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    iCycle
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    Wiesenalm Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Ingeniously designed trail, for me as a 120 mm fully biobiker everything was mobile. There are a total of five sections, in between you cross the driveway to the middle station so that you can take a break there and cool the brakes. For pure downhillers, I can't say anything about the quality / level. For me simply brilliant, a “must bike” for like-minded people. I can't say anything about the lift prices, I scratched my head.

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    Seegrube

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    A great destination for a crisp MTB ride from Innsbruck. The Umbrüggler or Arzler Alm and then the Höttinger Alm (about five minutes from the direct path to the Seegrube) and the Bodensteiner Alm are on the way. The view at the top is beautiful. Very sporty drivers can tackle the Seegrube from Innsbruck in the late afternoon (Innsbruck - Seegrube possible in a good two hours). As far as I know, the last cable car leaves at 6 p.m., which means that from then on it is also very pleasantly quiet up there.

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    Nordkette Singletrail

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    One of the steepest, longest and most difficult mountain bike descents in Europe, technically demanding with sections at different speeds. Breathtaking view of Innsbruck, the Inn Valley and the mountains in the south. With "!!!" Marked places should be inspected before driving for the first time in order to be able to individually assess the required driving skills and, if necessary, to bypass the place / passage.

    Start: 200 meters below the Seegrube mountain station. To get to the start you have to follow the gravel road without exception.

    There is a cleaning facility for bikes at the end of the route.

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    Arzler Alm

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Beautifully situated, the Arzler Alm offers a great opportunity to strengthen you again before you plunge onto the Arzler Alm Trail or pedal / hike in the direction of Seegrube.

    The absolute highlight in summer is the "All you can grill", which takes place in good weather on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 18 clock. You can get information about the restaurant here: arzleralm.at/page.cfm?vpath=coestlichkeiten

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    Innsbrucker Almenweg

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The Innsbrucker Almenweg is a hiking trail with great views high above the roofs of Innsbruck and the valleys. As a biker, you will not encounter any technical challenges on this section. Rather, you can enjoy the landscape and nature to the fullest. And there is certainly nothing wrong with stopping at the Mutterer Alm, the Raitiser Alm or the Kreither Alm.

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    Hungerburg Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    A bit of a bike park in the middle of the city of Innsbruck! Quite a flowing trail, quite easy.

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    The Wild One

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Nicely shaped S2 Trail. Sporty and flowy with jumps and steep curves made of earth or wood.

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    The First One & The Chainless One

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The trails at the Mutterer Almpark have now been renamed and are constantly being expanded (as of June 2018). Under the name "The First One" there is a trail for beginners who have already mastered the basic MTB techniques (basic position, rolling over small root steps, smoothing out bumps well; etc.). With many beautiful root passages, a generally not very steep descent, a good overview of the route and no steep incline on the side of the trail, you can practice your MTB technique here without stress. There are no "dangerous" curves on steep embankments, such as on the Arzler Alm Trail. In the lower part (above the Nockhof) the route has been massively changed. Here it goes into "The Chainless One", a trail that, with the right technique, could be ridden without a bicycle chain, i.e. without pedaling. Many large bumps and high berms invite you to take the route a little faster. The well-groomed trail no longer has any roots / stones and can be rolled comfortably and smoothly. Ideal for practicing the pumping technique, this section is a lot of fun.

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    Pumptrack

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Just unbelievable how much fun you can have on a pump track! Ideal for challenging each other as two identical routes run parallel

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    Viller Kopf

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Super downhill run for experienced bikers. Rooty trail but always worth the climb! And the view of Innsbruck from above is also rewarding.

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    Zum Hamberg Gipfel

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The upper 300 HM cannot be driven from any side. Neither up nor downhill. Whoever wants to wear it has to wear it. Absolutely alpine terrain only possible for experienced and physically fit drivers. Not possible with an e-bike !!! For one-way routes, I recommend leaving the bike behind from the beaten path (approx. 1750 HM) and walking to the summit.

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    Mayrhofen

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Mayrhofen is a popular starting point for alpine crossings of all kinds. Not without reason. The small town in the Zillertal is beautifully located and easily accessible by car or by train. And before you start, you can again enjoy the comfort and relaxation in one of the numerous hotels or guesthouses. Mayrhofen is regularly stage stop of the Bike Transalp: bike-transalp.de

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    Geiseljoch

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The path up to the Geiseljoch becomes an ever narrower path, which at the end is designated as a "mountain bike sliding route". Depending on the weather and driving skills, you can also overcome the last few meters in the saddle. Once at the top you can enjoy a great panorama, perfect for a long break.

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    Bärenbadalm

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The landscape alone makes the way here so beautiful. Let yourself be enchanted by the great mountain scenery and linger a bit on the cozy Bärenbadalm.

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    Plumsjochhütte

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Quaint, quaint, Plumsjoch hut. The little house offers overnight accommodation and the Tyrolean cuisine here is simply fantastic. A station that mountain bikers and hikers should never miss on the way up.

    Telephone information or reservation at +43 (0) 5243/43111 or +43 (0) 5243/43299
    Web: members.aon.at/jnill1/page_1_1.html

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    Johannesbach-Trail 1

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Nice trail and not everyone who drives down here knows this variant, it is worth trying off the main route.

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    Karwendeltal

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Karwendeltal is one of the longest and most beautiful valleys of the Karwendel. Pedal along the cheerfully meandering Karwendelbach in the direction of the Hochalmsattel and Karwendelhaus. From Scharnitz, the path initially leads moderately but uphill. At the end of the valley it becomes steeper and you conquer another 400 meters in altitude over a few serpentines before you can enjoy the view at the Jochkreuz.

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    Weg zu den Isarquellen

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Behind the Kastenalm runs relatively flat and initially always along the Isar and past the Isar springs (be sure to look inside!) A very beautiful walking and cycling path with magnificent views of the Karwendel.

    From the Kastenalm - a popular excursion restaurant - it is first very (!!!) steep towards the Hallangerhaus. They dismount at the wooden gate. Behind the fence, a little bench invites you to linger ... young birches and blueberry bushes, mountain auricles and the stemless gentian line the tranquil place. In the background, the young Isar is gurgling and babbling to attract attention.

    The fourth largest river in Bavaria begins here. Hardly anyone knows, however, that the official source of the Isar is not a real source, but rather the place where three streams - karst springs from the rubble catchment area above - meet. Locals call the place in front of the Kastenalm in the Hinterautal “by the rivers”.

    The whole of the Hinterautal impresses with the chain of peaks, for which you can find many starting points here.

    Source and more information: karwendel.org/isarursprung.

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    Piburger See

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Piburger See is located in a nature reserve at 913 meters above sea level above Oetz. It is one of the warmest bathing lakes in Tyrol with a water temperature of up to 24 degrees. At the lake there is a bathing and boat facility, buffet and a restaurant as well as rowing boat rental.

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    Amberger-Hütte

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The Amberger Hut (2,136 meters) is located at the foot of the Knieperogel (3,499 meters) in the Stubai Alps. Its unique location is a perfect destination for your bike tour.

    Inside the hut, in addition to the security of an alpine club hut, comfort is the order of the day. You can stay overnight if you like. The bedrooms are made entirely of wood. They convey a feeling of real hut security.

    Opening times summer 2018
    June 23rd to September 30th
    no day of rest

    Info: http: //ambergerhütte.at

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