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Zwift Releases New Watopia Expansion: TITANS GROVE

Zwift released their latest expansion today that takes place in Watopia. The new stretch of roads draws inspiration from the High Sierras, home to the world-famous Sequoia National Park.

In this update, Zwift also added support for the 2019 Zwift Academy program and fixed some bugs and optimized the app for older iOS devices

Other Notable Update:

  • Fixed bug with Wattbike Atom shifter display showing wrong gear sometimes.
  • Further reduced memory usage on older iOS devices (iPad Air 1, Mini 2, Mini 3, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6/6+) to reduce the chance of app getting killed by the operating system. These savings are in addition to the savings from the small update released in last July.
  • Fixed few bugs with Ride Leader Fence feature.
  • Fixed issue with TT events with >10 riders per row.

TITANS GROVE

Titans Grove is interlinked with Zwift’s last expansion into the desert, Fuego Flats, the woodland is packed full of animals and greenery. The new section of road snakes its way through the undulating forest and features three gradual climbs. Each lap features 520ft / 158m of elevation gain.  

NEW TITAN ROUTES

You can get to the new route from the main menu after pairing your trainer. Select Watopia, then go to the route selector menu.

Sand and Sequoias: Tour the scorched desert and the forest in one loop.
12.5 mi (20 km) and 567.5ft (173m) elevation.

Quatch Quest: Take on the Titans Grove and ascend the epic Alpe du Zwift. 
28.6 mi (46 km) and 5600 ft (1708 m) elevation.

Muir and the Mountain: The mountains are calling, and you must go.
21.4 mi (34.5 km) and 2600 ft (792 m) elevation.

Dust in the Wind: Travel through Watopia’s two forests on this lush route.
34 mi (54.6 km) and 1920 ft (585 m) elevation.

Big Foot Hills: A journey across the lower peaks of Watopia.
42 mi (67.5 km) and 2316 ft (706 m) elevation.

Didn’t get to ride the new course yet? Here are some photos:

You can also take a ride with Shane Miller:

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