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Trails and routes Morzine, Les Gets et Portes du Soleil

Portes du Soleil, European leader for mountain biking

Discover an unmissable playground in the world of mountain biking! With its 12 linked resorts, it's one of the biggest on the planet and the biggest in Europe. It's an area that's impressive not only for its size but also, in my opinion, above all for its variety of terrain and landscapes: you'll be able to alternate between singletracks in pine forests, trails in the middle of mountain pastures and rocky tracks in the high mountains.

There's something for everyone, from beginners to experts, whatever the discipline or type of bike!

Varied terrain in Portes du Soleil

Avoriaz MTB

Avoriaz MTB offers two areas, Super Morzine and Les Lindarets. Super Morzine has a lot of Flow Trails, laid out in beautiful earth that dries quickly because the trails face south. It's also a great spot for jumps, with plenty of tables, doubles and an interesting Jump Park. The Lyndarets sector is more natural and technical, with rock gardens, drops and beautiful steps.

On Le Pleney, the trails are more challenging, with an Enduro and DH feel. A perfect blend of natural and shapped. In fact, the banked turns and jumps alternate with roots and technical sections. Le Pleney is also THE freeride spot.

Le Pleney


The Bike Park in Les Gets is a bit like the one in Super Morzine: mainly Flow Trails with lots of jumps and fun elements. In Les Gets there are some exceptional enduro and cross-country routes! There's the great Bourgeoise descent to Samoens, and the Tour du Mont Chery with its stunning views of Mont Blanc.

Chatel is a Bike Park designed by experienced riders for experienced (crazy ?) riders! Big banked turns, big jumps and lots of speed!



Champéry, in Switzerland, is different again! There are some very technical runs, and others that are more flowy. This is where you'll find the legendary World Cup downhill run, in Champéry of course, as well as the not-to-be-missed 'Lac Vert' route.

The Alps aren't all bike parks! Haute-Savoie is no exception to the rule, with hundreds of trails accessible by bike, but not necessarily signposted for mountain biking. They are often singletracks, sometimes shared with walkers, away from the crowds but not always easily accessible.

Outside bike parks ?