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Wheelchair users abseiling from the TEAM tower at 'Filu' high ropes course.
A hand biker enjoying a panoramic view of the alpine landscape around Lake Chiemsee

Faster – higher – further.

Athletically ambitious or adventure-hungry travellers can find all manner of thrills and challenges throughout Germany while being certain of getting the support they need. Everyone who takes part, from elite athletes to pleasure cyclists, is guaranteed a great time. Being there is everything.

Let your eyes wander across the panoramic view as you enjoy a cycle trolley ride between Staudernheim and Altenglan in the Palatinate's Glan valley. As well as standard models, cycle trolleys with electric motors or hand bike fittings are available to ensure a less strenuous ride and the chance to really enjoy Mother Nature.

THe DKB-Ski sport-HALLE in Oberhof is Germany's first indoor ski run. At a constant temperature of minus four degrees Celsius, its two-kilometre cross-country ski trail over varying terrain provides perfect skiing conditions for recreational and professional skiers alike — and also caters for Paralympic disciplines.

'Filu', Germany's northernmost high ropes course in Leck (Schleswig-Holstein), is unique. From the high ropes to the handicap-course, everyone has the chance to enjoy their own personal adventure at this professionally designed and supervised climbing facility.

Eight hand bike tours of varying length and difficulty allow visitors to discover the unique countryside around Lake Chiemsee, the Chiemgau mountains, the Wendelstein stone spiral staircase and the Inn and Mangfall valleys. The cycle routes are clearly signposted; wheelchair-friendly toilets, showers and parking spaces are provided.

Hand biking in Rostock's heathland: A map is available showing a range of proven routes for cyclists, hand bikers, wheelchair tandems and wheelchair hikers in Germany's largest coastal forest. The map forms the basis for a range of available guided activities.

Markkleeberg Canoe Park in Leipzig offers white water rafting or tubing at one of Europe's most advanced white water facilities, where professional oarsmen and women prepare the intrepid visitors for the adventure ahead. The rapid dinghy ride is enjoyed by people of all ages and is suitable for disabled people with no prior rafting experience.

Many areas of Lower Saxony include rental points for E-Bikes and special bicycles. Crest the highland peaks of the Weserbergland hills in comfort, or defy the headwinds sweeping across the plains — the additional electric motor makes cycling faster, easier and more relaxing.