Similar to mountain biking, cross-country cycling crosses the valleys - ascents, descents, and flat terrain.
La Plagne has approximately one hundred kilometres of marked courses for cross-country cycling, spread across 10 courses with different levels of difficulty. Come and discover the sumptuous scenery with a backdrop of magnificent landscapes.
The X-C in La Plagne - some figures:
Specifically designed downhill courses in a bike park.
The courses are scattered with fun obstacles such as raised bends, jumps, and gangways.
Colorado Bike Park
A bike park laid out around the Colorado chairlift in Plagne Centre. 3 fun pistes (2 green pistes and 2 blue piste, 1 red, 1 black) for learning downhill mountain biking, and improve your technique, in a safe environment on a secure course.
Over 300 metres of slope to try out with friends or the family.
Three mountain bike patrollers guarantee the security and maintenance of the Colorado Bike Park throughout the season.
A bike wash area is situated at the bottom of the Colorado chairlift for taking car of your mount.
In Montchavin and Montalbert there are two fun areas where young and old pilots can learn the techniques.
Halfway between Cross-Country and Downhill! More than 80km of courses:
1 green course - easy
6 blue courses - intermediary
6 red courses - difficult
LA DRE’Mount / DRE’Val
A course of approx. 16 km, from the Roche de Mio at an altitude of 2,739m to the Plan d’Eau des Versants d’Aime in the valley - 2,000m of slope.
Cross mountain pastures with a view of the Mont Blanc - follow hairpin bends on the most beautiful trails in the forest, and finish with a dive into the Macôt pond.
13 (red) – Les balcons du Carroley/Type: Enduro Starting point: Summit of Pierres Blanches chairlift Superb enduro circuit for lovers of beautiful rides on twisty, technical single-track trails.
7a (red) – Dré Val/Type: Enduro Departure point: Plagne Bellecôte Arrival point: Versants d’Aime leisure centre One of the most beautiful enduro routes in the area, offering a dizzying descent from La Plagne into...