Discover new sensations on the Bike Park
Discover the Bike Park in the Les Arcs area in the Alps and its 149km of marked mountain itineraries accessible to all levels. A wide choice of disciplines awaits you: DownHill, Cross Country and Enduro for great sensations around Arc 1950 Le Village.
The downhill mountain bike area of Les Arcs will be open from June 26th June to August 28th August 2021.
On the downhill mountain bike domain of Les Arcs, you will find :
. 10 lifts accessible to mountain bikes
. 8 downhill runs
1 green : Trank’s
3 blues : Woodstock, Legend, Marsupilami
2 reds : Yellow Stone, Rock N’Arolles
2 blacks : Cachette, La 8
. 7 Enduro trails
2 greens : Easy Rider, Kids Rock
3 blues : Canal, Golf, Route 66
2 blacks : Dré dans l’Pentu, Elle Chablatte
. 2 Cross Country runs
2 reds : Hot Wheels, Lake District
. 5 electric bike routes
1 green : Le Vallon de Rosuel
1 blue : La Route 66
3 reds : Hot Wheels, Lake District, Le Tour de l’Aiguille Grive
. 1 Pumptrack
The Bike Park is an official FFCT site.
« SAMEDI JE ROULE! » IN THE RESORTS OF LES ARCS / PEISEY-VALLANDRY!
A BRAND NEW PASS FOR MAXIMUM FUN AT MINIMUM COST IN THE BIKE PARK!
The ‘samedi je roule” pass gives access, every Saturday, to the runs in the Bike Park at the special price of 15€ insead of 25€.
AN INCREDIBLE OFFER FOR EVERYONE
‘Samedi je roule” allows unlimited access for the whole day to the Bike Park with multiple trails and runs for all disciplines; Downhill, Enduro, Cross-country and dedicated E-mountain bike trails.
Beginners can try out their skills in safety thanks to three green trails, spread over the whole of the resort : ‘Easy Rider’ in Arc 1600, ‘Tranks’ in Arc 200 and ‘Kids Rocks’ in Arc 1800.
As for downhill fans, they can indulge themselves on black, technical Enduro trails like Dré dans l’Pentu (Arc 1800) and Elle Chablatte (Peisey-Vallandry).
FOLLOW IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF CHAMPIONS ON THE MYTHICAL RUNS OF THE BIKE PARK
Finally, experts can take advantage of a mythical downhill run, which descends 1070m from the top of the Cachette slope in Arc 1600, then drops into the ‘8’ black trail, down to Bourg Saint Maurice. It’s a technical descent, often used in downhill competitions which has seen some of the very best mountain bikers race down it. 9km of adrenaline guaranteed!