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TWAR x komoot Women's Weekender – Taunus Teaser Edition

Nils Laengner

TWAR x komoot Women's Weekender – Taunus Teaser Edition

Bike Touring Collection by The Women All Ride

5

Tours

36:21 h

254 mi

24,275 ft

On August 25 2022, up to 25 women, non-binary and trans riders will set off to ride the TWAR X komoot Women’s Weekender. 333 kilometers with about 6,000 meters of altitude through the Taunus, a beautiful and unexpectedly diverse region. Meet us in Eppstein on August 25 2022 at 9am to start the ride together. This is not a race. It’s a self-supported bikepacking weekend trip with the goal of completing the loop and making it to the finishers’ BBQ on August 28th by 3pm.

Taunus Teaser is a more compact version of the annual Taunus Bikepacking event track by Jesko von Werthern. The route is most suitable for gravel and mountain bikes. More compact doesn’t mean it’s less hilly than the original. Lots of short, often steep climbs on all kinds of different surfaces await you. The varied route takes you on an unforgettable journey into the heart of an almost forgotten region. You will find dreamy villages, medieval castles, remains of the Roman Empire, shelter huts and campsites along the way. A surprisingly remote area that is close to the bustling city of Frankfurt and therefore easy to reach by all kinds of transport, proving that adventure really is everywhere.

The route is suitable for riders with first bikepacking or overnighter experience or those, who’ve challenged themselves on longer daytrips and want to go for their first multi-day adventure, supported by a community of riders.

For the TWAR x komoot Women’s Weekender, we’ve split Taunus Teaser into four suggested stages, each ending at a campsite. Of course you are not bound to the stages, it only gives you the security of a potential sleeping spot at the end of each stage. There is also a shortened version of stage four that you can use to avoid some altitude.

The weekender is open to 25 women, non-binary and trans riders so please make sure you register to sign up here, if you want to join us: eventbrite.de/e/twar-x-komoot-womens-weekender-taunus-teaser-edition-tickets-380308632357

You’ll find more information regarding Taunus Bikepacking here: taunus-bikepacking.com

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TWAR x komoot Women's Weekender – Taunus Teaser Edition

207 mi

20,200 ft

20,375 ft

Last updated: July 12, 2022

Tours & Highlights

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    Etappe 1: Von Eppstein nach Heidenrod – Taunus Teaser Women’s Weekender

    Difficult
    08:24
    55.2 mi
    6.6 mph
    5,950 ft
    5,775 ft
    Expert gravel ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

    Every beginning is difficult: Already on the first few kilometers of the Taunus Teaser you collect a lot of altitude meters on some very steep climbs. Your adventure begins at The Eppstein Project campsite, where Taunus Bikepacking also starts. Due to the hillside location of the course, the first few

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  • Difficult
    06:33
    47.7 mi
    7.3 mph
    4,275 ft
    5,000 ft
    Expert gravel ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

    The second stage of the Taunus Teaser first leads through the beautiful and sparsely populated Wispertaunus. The wildly romantic Wisper characterizes the wooded landscape. It flows through a narrow valley, which you now follow upstream while slowly but surely gaining altitude. It gets steeper shortly

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  • Difficult
    05:28
    39.3 mi
    7.2 mph
    2,975 ft
    2,875 ft
    Expert gravel ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

    The third stage is the shortest and has the fewest vertical meters of all stages. You can use it to save yourself from the last day, which will be tough again, or you can simply ride a little further as you wish and thus shorten the fourth stage. Of course you can decide that spontaneously. In any case

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  • Difficult
    09:31
    64.4 mi
    6.8 mph
    7,025 ft
    6,675 ft
    Expert gravel ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

    The last stage of your journey through the Taunus is coming up. You have already explored some corners of the region, but have not yet been in the heart of the Hochtaunus. That will change on the fourth stage. It goes high up to the Großer Feldberg, landmark of the region and local mountain of the residents

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  • Difficult
    06:25
    47.5 mi
    7.4 mph
    4,050 ft
    3,700 ft
    Expert gravel ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

    This shortcut saves you around 27 kilometers and 900 meters in altitude compared to the original route. Instead of driving over the Großer Feldberg, you roll down behind Weilmünster via Haintchen into the Emsbachtal. Here you follow the Hessian long-distance cycle path R8 to Heftrich, where you resume

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    5
  • Distance
    254 mi
  • Duration
    36:21 h
  • Elevation
    24,275 ft

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