Berrnex has set up a bike park (supervised by patrollers) on a 400m gradient. You will come across a lot of MTB champions who come here to train!
The Bike Park has 5 different tracks and a drop zone: ride down to the Bernex Tourist Office and pick up a map.
Try out this very easy track for beginners, steering is easy and accessible to everyone. Perfect for learning downhill MTB skills.
The track is wide and easy riding with a very gentle slope without any crossfall.
The green run is the longest in the Bike Park and beginners will love it and experts who love to play about on the terrain will love it too!
This run has been totally reshaped as a Jump Line and it keeps its Blue level: an easy track that requires basic steering skills.
It has a slight to average slope gradient, the main trail has some easy jump modules and some off-line jump modules for more experienced riders.
This is a difficult downhill trail, which requires good steering skills.
A wide trail on natural non-worked terrain, which has been bordered and made safe. The slope can be very steep in places. Riders are free to go wherever they want and to ride side by side: it’s pure freeride making use of the Bike Park’s entire downhill gradient!
The River Creek
This is a very difficult trail that requires expert steering. The slope gradient ranges from average to very steep with jump modules and a freeride zone.
The focus is on steering skills. Despite that, it is a very fluid and fun trail!
The Wood Roots
This is a very difficult trail, requires expert steering. The slope gradient ranges from average to steep with lots of consecutive fluid freestyle jumps from start to finish.
The Wood Roots is the trail in the Bike Park where the rider is very often in the air!
The place to be for that full-on adrenalin rush and Bernex MBP freestyle mania.
It suits all levels from beginners to experts. There are several jump lines with different and evolutive levels.
On its 300m length and 20 to 50m width you will discover a dozen modules set-up in harmony with the terrain’s profile and exactly what riders are looking for.
The pays d’Évian – plateau de Gavot’s FFC site is fully certified by the French Cycling Federation, which guarantees the high quality of the itineraries, signposting, and network’s maintenance! Among the many departure points, the 5 major spots (Bernex and Thollon Tourist Information Centres, Col de la Creusaz in Bernex, Lake Beunaz and Collège du Pays de Gavot in Saint-Paul en Chablais) provide large information panels and the first two also offer very useful related services (bike washing, repair tools, etc.).
As for the terrain, you can enjoy the hilly landscape, moderate gradients, as well as some more challenging and technical routes in both Bernex and Thollon.
Two circuits are practically just downhill! The first leaves Thollon and has 700m of vertical drop along 12km arriving in Évian. The second sets off from Bernex for 31km and 800m vertical drop to round off at the Cité de l’Eau.
Take your bike on the shuttle bus to reach the departure point.
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