Safari von Zoo zu Zoo – die schönsten Radtouren im Taunus
Includes an off-grid segment
Navigation instructions may be limited.
188 yd in total
Bike Touring Highlight
Taunus planned a bike ride.
June 8, 2021
Go on a bike tour safari with the children that can only be found in the lower Taunus. A tour on the safari route takes you from the Frankfurt Zoo to the Opel Zoo and connects two exciting excursion destinations. But that's not all, there are all sorts of funny and unusual traffic signs waiting to be discovered by you. For example, if a sign draws your attention to water-skiing ducks on the Nidda, meerkats are not allowed to dig or you are warned about somersaulting monkeys, then you are safe on the safari route. How many of the weird signs can you find?It starts at the gates of the Frankfurt Zoo. As free of traffic as possible, you will be led out of the city center through various green spaces. The green belt makes it possible. You will be amazed how relaxed and traffic-free you can be in the metropolis. On your way there are all sorts of funny sculptures and sights that ensure that the little ones will definitely not get bored. In the Kronthaler Quellenpark you can rest and refresh yourself again, because now it's uphill. The incline cannot be avoided, after all, the destination, the Opel Zoo, is in the Taunus. But so that it doesn't get too strenuous, we have distributed the vertical meters as evenly as possible.Along the Rentbach, you tackle the last few meters in altitude. The path leads idyllically through a cool forest - so if it gets too steep for you, don't let the hectic pace arise, the zoo is only a stone's throw away. Finally, when you arrive at the top, you will be attracted by the many exotic animals of the Opel Zoo in a dreamlike setting. In addition to the elephants and giraffes, the petting zoo is also very popular with children, where the trusting animals can be fed and inspected up close. Well-deserved refreshments are available in the adjoining restaurant. All in all, a really unforgettable adventure for young and old!
June 9, 2021