Bike parks

Steep slopes and ramps, spectacular jumps and paths are every downhill biker’s dream. Thrilling descents are becoming ever more popular. That’s why more and more destinations in Valais are gearing themselves towards adrenaline-pumping downhill experiences.

Crans-Montana

A bike park for everyone | Banked turns, jumps and wooden ramps: the two very different trails at the bike park in Crans-Montana are geared to all tastes and abilities. The 6-kilometre Mont Lachaux red trail is suitable for beginners and professionals alike. Anyone wary of sharp turns, roots and jumps can simply take an alternative route to avoid the more difficult passages. The notorious Chesteron black trail, on the other hand, is not for inexperienced riders. The extremely steep 5.3-kilometre track includes technically difficult passages studded with rocks and roots.
The Crans-Montana Bike Park (currently in the process of homologation) lets riders choose from a variety of trails. The tracks cover a difference in altitude of almost 800 metres. Technically difficult passages in the woods alternate with flatter sections. The various downhill trails at the Crans-Montana Bike Park cater to every taste.

Trails: 3
Length: 8km
Difficulty: blue, red, black
Pump track also available

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Val d'Anniviers - St-Luc

Adrenalin rush guaranteed | Three different trails and over 500 metres difference in altitude. The St-Luc Bike Park in Val d’Anniviers offers maximum fun for professionals and amateurs alike. Wooden ramps, banked corners and jumps feature along the 7-kilometre trail.
The bike park in St-Luc has three trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Each starts next to the top station of the cable car and finishes at the bottom station. Bikers will encounter steep curves and wooden elements along the way, guaranteeing fun for everyone.

Trails: 3
Length: 7km
Difficulty: blue, red, black

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Verbier

Thrilling downhill rides | If you like speed, you’ll find a total of seven downhill trails in Verbier with varying degrees of difficulty that cover a difference in altitude of just under 1,000 metres. And all accompanied by amazing views of the surrounding 4,000-metre peaks.
The bike park at Verbier provides a stage for peak performances and exhilaration, where aficionados and novices can each live out their passion. Parts of the seven downhill trails of varying degrees of difficulty boast a difference in altitude of up to 800 metres.

Trails: 7
Length: 12km
Difficulty: for all levels

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Bellwald

The bike park (currently in the process of homologation) in the idyllic mountain village of Bellwald has steadily grown in popularity in recent years. The interesting, flowing course on natural terrain has many jumps and gaps, large and small, and is well known and much loved on the European free-ride and downhill scene. The finals of the IXS Swiss Downhill Cup are held at the Bellwald Bike Park every year on the first weekend in October.

Trails: 2
Length: 4.4km
Difficulty: blue, red
Pump track 1,000m2

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Portes du Soleil

There are four different bike parks waiting to be discovered in the twelve Portes du Soleil resorts. The individual parks can be easily reached thanks to 20 cable cars and lifts. The Valais bike park is situated in Morgins.

Trails: 3
Difficulty: for all levels
Pump track also available

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