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#CleanYourLocalForest in the Swiss Alps & win with FiveTen

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#CleanYourLocalForest in the Swiss Alps & win with FiveTen

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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    Grenzweg Jestetten

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Exactly the right thing for an after-work round. Beautiful single trail in both directions.

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    Hombergegg-Downhill

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Awesome descent! If you are there, you have to have driven it! Not difficult but very varied. At the beginning there are root passages and steep wall curves. There are also a few jumps on the descent. It's a lot of fun!

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    Toller Trail an der Sihl

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Before Sihlmättli you get past a rock fall is now passable again

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    Ingo
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    Gigeliwald-Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Cool and built trail!

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    Super Singletrail am Flumser Berg

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Fun S1 trail downhill from Flumserberg to Flums with changing forest and slope passages.

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    Bachalpsee

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Beautiful mountain lake. Especially when the Schreckhorn is reflected in it.

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    Panorama Trail von der Grossen Scheidegg

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    A really nice and relaxed trail awaits you here. The path is excellent, but above all you can enjoy a wonderful panorama all the time. The name says it all!

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    Mountainview Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Judging by the view, this is one of the most beautiful trails in the Bernese Oberland! Get off the bike every now and then and simply enjoy the view. Only use the trail during the summer season on weekdays and early in the morning or in the evening. Otherwise there are simply too many hikers, which is uncomfortable for bikers and hikers.

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    Trail zur Rotstockhütte

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    High up in the mountains, a wonderful, promising trail awaits you, which is natural, but can still be driven (or maybe just because of it?). In between you have countless opportunities to enjoy the mountain panorama. In a south-westerly direction, the trail leads you to the Rotstock hut, where you can eat and sleep.

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    Davos and Klosters are well equipped for mountain bikers and have created especially for the bikers who like to rock downhill, especially downhill slopes. One of them is the Gotschna Freeride, which is best described as a mountain bike roller coaster.

    About six kilometers curve pass - a certain amount of driving technique can not hurt here. And if you liked it really well, the cable car will bring you up quickly. ;)

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    Hauptertäli-Felsenweg

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    You should be a bit dizzy if you drive the Felsenweg. Otherwise, it's simply less about driving than about the stunning panorama. Speaking of stunning: There is a risk of falling rocks. Good that you already have your bike helmet on. ;)

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    Durch ein Meer von Alpenrosen

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    This singletrack, specially designed for mountain bikers, first leads through lush meadows lined with Alpine roses, before releasing a unique view of the Landwassertal valley and the Prättigau valley.

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    Chörbschhorn Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    First, it's a few 100 meters over the ridge, before you turn right. The trail meanders on narrow paths not too steep down the hill. A true pleasure, but also very rocky, so always look at the perfect line. In the lower part it is again flowiger and the way is wider, a really nice finish.

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    Toller Trail Rinerhorn-Oberalp (Monstein)

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Very beautiful section of the Alps Epic Trail from Jakobshorn to Filisur. Easier singletrack sections with views alternate with more technically demanding roots trails and interlocked sections. Only short climbs, restful after the strenuous climb from Sertig to Äbirügg.

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    BierVision Monstein

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    From crystal clear Monstein spring water, Swiss hops and spicy malt, BierVision Monstein AG is now brewing Monstein beer specialties according to an innovative tradition. Today, however, not only beer is brewed under the Monsteiner brand. Proven and innovative Davos companies have joined forces to form a network and produce other excellent specialties from the Davos landscape from the spent grains and the ingredients used in beer production.

    Info:
    monsteinerbier.ch/unsere-biere.shtml

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    Landwasserbrücke

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    If there were officially the title “Mountain Bike World Heritage”, then this bridge would definitely belong! The bridge itself is not as well known and less spectacular than, for example, the nearby Landwasser Viaduct. Nevertheless, it has been a little cult place among mountain bikers since Danny MacAskill balanced on the wall of the bridge for his video "Home of Trails".

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    Hornlihütten Flowtrail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The descent from the Hörnlihütte into Urdental to Chur is a must for everyone. It can only be this beautiful in Arosa-Lenzerheide.

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    Lenzerheide Flowline (blau)

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Lenzerheide - the Whistler of Europe! At least I think that's the plan ... but the tracks are really good and so fun. And they are actually in good shape. This one should also be suitable for beginners.

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    Alter Schyn

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Nice departure from Lenzerheide to Thusis. There is a nice barbecue at the actual centerpiece of the downhill.

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    Durch die Uinaschlucht

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    An unbelievable smuggler route! It is fascinating how hard the smugglers carved this path into the rock. But please really push your bike here.

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    Val Bever Trail – wunderschöne Landschaft

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    WOW! This is probably the most impressive trail I've ever ridden. It is precisely the mixture of pleasant difficulty, spectacular panorama and a small number of other riders that creates that certain something. Thanks, I'll be back!

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    Val Suvretta da Champfèr

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The Val Sufretta Trail is considered by connoisseurs to be one of the most beautiful trails in the entire Engadin region. With the view and the great fun that this S1 / S2 trail offers, it's no wonder!

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    WM-Trail

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    The World Cup trail begins at the Corviglia mountain station and winds through a breathtaking panorama at the top. The new 360 ° curve is followed by a flowing downhill pump track, which has been harmoniously incorporated into the landscape. When driving on the WM flow trail, the focus is on "flow" and the fun factor. It leads from Corviglia (mountain station) via Alp Giop in the direction of the Trutz hut. A total of 280 meters in altitude will be conquered. The new WM flow trail is by no means just something for mountain bikers who are enthusiastic about downhill skiing. The whole family can have fun here. Passionate flow trail riders can use the Corviglia cable car for mountain bike transport from St. Moritz Dorf to Corviglia. The new World Cup flow trail is ideal as a warm-up lap before the tour or as a grand finale after one of the many mountain bike tours on Corviglia and can be wonderfully combined with the Foppettas flow trail.

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    Trail-Abfahrt Bernina-Pontresina

    Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

    Long descent from the Bernina Pass down to Pontresina. The mountain scenery with its glaciers is simply unique.

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    Tip by
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