The Bike Park is made up of:
› 13 downhill routes including 1 North Shore-style track
› 3 enduro routes
› 1 Kids’ area with pumptrack
Green run for beginners, leading to Les Orres 1650 and 1800 from the top of the Prélongis chairlift.
Beginner slope at the top of the Prélongis chairlift. Fun run for learning, leading to Les Orres 1650 and 1800.
Slope scattered with banked turns and easy structures. It leads to Les Orres 1650.
This run also snakes through the little valley of Riou Sec. Numerous accessible structures have been installed along this run.
Beginner slope at the base of the Prélongis arrival, which snakes through the woods. It is scattered with bridges and banked turns.
This track will satisfy both beginners and experts. 3.6km of track punctuated by modules and banked turns.
With 630m difference in height and 4 km long, this is an easy-to-ride slope, which is quite wide, with various jumps at the top (escape routes at each jump), ending with a single track, which follows the ground’s movements (enduro-type run) up to the starting point of Gawaline, Jethro, and Rocket. Rather easy for a red slope!
Enduro itinerary accessible from the Pousterle chairlift. There is a view over the entire resort. It is aimed at advanced riders, as it is rather long, and a large area goes through the forest with steep areas and banking. It leads to the Coupe de France run, the rocket, the slope-style zone, and the North Shore.
Slope accessible from the Prélongis chairlift. A high-alpine tribute to our Canadian brothers’ mythical “A-line”. This line is made up of numerous structures: dirt, tabletops, doubles, and road gap. This is a high-level slope, leading to the slope-style zone and Les Orres 1650.
The rocket uses the "Envoie du gros” black slope run and is now a red slope. This slope was used in one of the Coupe de France 2008 stages. Quick but technical descent. It is exclusively for expert riders. Rocks, banking, and roots are all present.
Exceptional enduro route, used for the 2019 Enduro World Cup. 100% nature.
Link from Black Patrol slope to Le Vallon slope
Aerial course at the top in the rocks to finish between the larches down below.
Probably the most beautiful site in the resort. There is a succession of wooden structures, nestled in the core of the forest, for a Canadian feel! Climb: 14m and descent: 14m
This is the top of the Coupe de France 2009 run. Very technical run, with roots and banking, as well as several significant steps.
Expert run, very technical with several substantial steps and roots. It is accessible from the Prélongis chairlift, leading to Les Orres 1650.
Enduro route putting your technical skills to the test. Will you be able to find the right trajectory? The best in the world have tamed him