Live map and MTB tracks

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LIFTS

Open from July 3 to August 30 2020, from 9.30am to 5.30pm.
Weekends: 12 to 14 June, 19 to 21 June, 26 to 28 June, 4 to 6 September, 11 to 13 September, 18 to 21 September* and 25 to 27 September*.

  • Beauregard gondola lift - 9.30am-5.30pm

  • Merle chair lift - 9.30am-5.15pm

  • Loup chair lift - 9.40am-5pm


☞ Patinoire gondola lift is not avalailable for MTBs and pedestrians.


* to be confirmed

THE MTB TRACKS

 
Name Type Level Distance Vertical climb Vertical descent Departure
8. Les Confins / Le Grand Bornand XC I 9.1 km 148 m 634 m Chapelle des Confins (1410 m)
9. Descente du Loup DH I 2.7 km 12 m 363 m

Top of the Loup chairlift (1835 m)

10. La Grenèche DH I 3.1 km 26 m 473 m Top of the Crêt du Merle chairlift (1502 m)
11. Bois du Plan END A 2.3 km 80 m 359 m Top of the Crêt du Merle chairlift (1502 m)
12. Bois de la Motte DH E 5.7 km 106 m 554 m Top of the Crêt du Merle chairlift (1502 m)
13. Sud Aravis XC A 9.6 km 349 m 815 m Top of the Crêt du Merle chairlift (1502 m)
14. Merle / Danay XC A 17.8 km 726 m 1115m Top of the Crêt du Merle chairlift (1502 m)
15. Les Encarnes END EO 3.9 km 90 m 709 m Top of the Loup chairlift (1843 m)
17. La Boucle du Vargne XC I 4.3 km 216 m 192 m Top of the Beauregard gondola (1632 m)
18. Le Tour de Beauregard XC A 8.7 km 412 m 412 m Col de la Croix Fry or Pointe de Beauregard (1633 m)
20. L’Envers de Beauregard XC I 9.8 km 189 m 801 m Top of the Beauregard gondola (1632 m)
21. Balcon du Vorêt XC I 11.5 km 403 m 797 m Top of the Crêt du Merle chairlift (1502 m)
23. Le Bré XC A 6 km 26 m 638 m Top of the Beauregard gondola (1632 m)
24. La Fériaz DH A 4.7 km 45 m 639 m Top of the Beauregard gondola (1632 m)
29. Les Ecotagnes AM A 9.5 km 287 m 899 m Top of the Beauregard gondola (1632 m)
36. Les Juments END I 1.3 km 30 m 268 m Under the Crêt du Loup (1753 m)
37. La Trace (par Kilian Bron) END         Top of the Loup chairlift (1843 m)
38. Le Dahu DH E       Top of the Loup chairlift (1843 m)
Family Run BP E       Top of the Crêt du Merle chairlift (1502 m)
 
E: easy / I: intermediate / A: advanced / EO: expert only
After the Merle road, the route climbs quickly transforming into a forest path and then a single-track to the Crèvetout farm.
Despite a small difficulty at the start of the course, this cross-country route is intended for beginners to occasional mountain bikers.
A route with little difference in altitude that allows you to visit the Beauregard plateau and enjoy a magnificent view of the Aravis range and the Thônes valley at Saint-Jean-de-Sixt.
It is a varied track alternating perfectly between steep sinuous parts and rolling and fast portions.
From the Crêt du Merle chairlift, the Bois de la Motte track runs on a wide slope, ideal for beginners.
(Map)
Route allowing you to ride around the "Tête de Cabeau" until the Merdassier mountain pass and then to come back to the Croix Fry mountain pass. Traced route of blue level for intermediate bikers.
Between pastures and forests, an enjoyable route crossing valleys and forest edges. Finish the route with a series of forest paths and small roads.
The track exploits and plays to the maximum with the natural movements of the ground and alternates between technical portions with slope and relaunch and pedalling portions.
The itinerary begins with a descending 4 X 4 track (beware of the stones on the track) then hilly to the Col de la Croix-Fry.
Length: 9 km / Departure altitude: 1450 m / Arrival altitude: 1000 m / Ascent: 30 m / Descent: 480 m Departure: Parking des Confins / Arrival: La Grand-Bornand village