Almost never running dry, forest streams originating from the springs of the Taunus and just as many lowland streams can be discovered in and around Wiesbaden.
E-bike Tour Nature Experience Kemeler Heide
On a discovery tour in the western Hintertaunus region
Meeting point: 65321 Heidenrod-Kemel, Bäderstraße 2, Catholic Church of Saint Michael
Included in the tour fee: E-bike rental, coaching, delivery, pick-up, themed tour, lunch snack and drinks
The minimum number of participants is 4.
Additional dates, group appointments or corporate events are available on request.
Please note that there is a handling fee for processing your booking and printing your ticket immediately as [email protected]
- People with their own e-bike
About the E-bike Tour
The historic landscape in the western Hintertaunus is now part of the largest contiguous forest area in Hesse. Until the 19th century, a large part of the landscape was still used as heath and was later afforested. In the Middle Ages, the Taunus crossing was part of the important trade route from Aachen to Nuremberg.
Our route between Bad Schwalbach and Nastätten leads through an unspoilt natural landscape rich in scenic beauty with historic villages and extensive forest valleys.
Excursion participants not only learn interesting facts about the history and culture of the area and its localities, but they are also out and about as nature explorers – be it the source of a well-known Taunus river, exploring local old beech trees, to living cultural heritage in the meadow or to a special rock with which the Mainz Cathedral and the colonnades of the Wiesbaden Kurhaus are furnished.
During our break on the route we enjoy lunch vespers with products from the local organic farm on site.
up to 2 days before the tour
We cycle in all weathers. In case of persistent bad weather, the tour will be shortened as far as possible. In the event of foreseeable extreme weather conditions, the bike tour will be cancelled by email/phone to all participants up to 1.5 h before the start of the tour.