Electric MTB Trails

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Electric mountain biking's on the up-and-up in Châtel and the Portes du Soleil!
This summer discover this activity; it's a chance to free-wheel your way into an epic modern ride!
The bikes are easy to handle and the tracks are wide and safe.This activity is suitable from 14 years old and 1 metre 50 tall.
The electric MTB have 26-inch wheels (adult wheels).

6 routes are available in Châtel:
- Boucle de la Mouille : easy level, duration: 1h, distance: 8 km, difference in height 639 m.
- Col du Saix : easy level, duration: 1h30, distance: 10 km, difference in height 623 m.
- Châtel/Morgins : intermediate level, duration: 1h30, distance: 17 km, difference in height 600 m.
- Tour du Morclan : difficult level, duration: 2h, distance: 14 km, difference in height 650 m.
- Tour du Mont de Grange : difficult level, duration: 3h, distance: 37 km, difference in height 1 290 m.
- Boucle Vonnes/Col de Bassachaux/ Sur Bayard : very difficult level, duration: 2h30, distance: 28 km, difference in height 1 130 m.

Battery recharging stations are installed throughout the area to ensure you can make the most of the huge amount of biking on offer.In Châtel:

- At the tourist office
- At Col de Bassachaux - Solar terminal
- At the swimming pool Forme d'O
- At the Sherpa shop
OpeningsFrom 15/06 to 31/10.
Practical informations
  • Route :
    • marked route
  • Section :
    • Sport
  • Cycle sports :
    • Cycling sports
    • Routes for electrically assisted cycles


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