Did you have a long winter too? Is your sports gear buried at the bottom of the cupboard? Has your gym membership expired or is it too inconvenient for you to book your training timeslot? We know the problem - but we have the solution! Open the curtains, look out the window and what can you see? That's right, summer is waiting outside! This is the perfect moment to move your workout outside, discover blossoming nature and get your tired legs back into shape.
We've come up with an incentive to make it even easier for you. With our #rausundlos Outdoor Initiative, we have a little challenge: run at least 20 kilometres (12 mi) in a month. And when you've got the running bug just keep going! Running outside is much more fun than on a treadmill in the gym. You get to see nature in all its glory, enjoy the fresh air and work up a good sweat.
To help you with the challenge, we've picked out some really neat running routes: all the routes in this Collection are exactly 5 kilometres (3 mi) long. Simply choose your favourite route and plan it for this month or next.
Challenge accepted? Simply download the TK app, start TK-Fit (the fitness programme in the TK app) and take part in the challenge. If you complete it, you can earn up to 1,000 points for the TK bonus programme. You can either redeem those points for future treatments that you normally have to pay for or treat yourself to our rewards.
Just one more thing: if you go on a Tour with komoot, follow us, tag us as a participant after your hike and write #rausundlos in the title – we’d love to see who takes part in the challenge here. If you prefer to share your adventures on Instagram or Facebook, you can tag us by using #rausundlos. We'll meet you in the great outdoors!
Munich is one of the most beautiful cities in Germany, which is mainly due to the fact that it is so incredibly close to nature. The Isar is a big highlight - a paradise for those who love running. Basically you can go running on every stretch of the Isar because everything is prepared with fine gravel paths and partly asphalt. There are even trails !!!
The Pflegeersee looks like a naturally created mountain lake, but is actually an artificially dammed inland lake. That doesn't detract from its beauty, framed by mountains in the Ammergau Alps. Its water shimmers green, you can see right down to the bottom because the water is not particularly deep. You start your run at the lake, which is located above Garmisch-Partenkirchen at an altitude of 845 meters.
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With more than half a million inhabitants, Nuremberg is definitely a big city on a German scale. The Franconian metropolis is amazingly green and you will find great running opportunities. Our tour starts at the Nuremberg zoo and leads you into a wooded area with flowing trails. At the beginning you may perk up your ears every now and then because the background noise from the zoo echoes over to you.
“You have to go over seven bridges” (in this case Peter Maffay has miscalculated a bit) until you have completed your varied round through Regensburg. Water as far as the eye can see: During your run you will explore one of the beautiful districts of the city and cross various canals of the gigantic-looking Danube. What kind of force is there behind these masses of water?
Freiburg im Breisgau is known for its closeness to nature. Not far from the city is the Feldberg, for example, the highest peak in the Black Forest at 1,493 meters. During your run, however, you will explore the forest near the city, which is pleasantly cool due to its dense vegetation. And there is a little surprise waiting for you: There are 210 meters of altitude difference in this five-kilometer loop.
Lake Constance! There is hardly a more beautiful place in Germany to let your eyes wander so far. And that is also possible while running, given the great quality of the ground. Your way leads you on beautiful trails through reeds and meadows near the shore. A highlight is the fountain that sprays up close to the bank in front of you.
Munich is one of the greenest cities in Germany. The best place to do this is in the English Garden, one of the largest parks in the world. Here you will meet young and old people who sit in the meadows, picnic, play ball, do yoga, make music or jump into the Eisbach. Many small paths run through the park, on which you can perfectly explore this idyll.