The Les Arcs/ Peisey-Vallandry Bikepark: setting the standard in the world of mountain biking VTT!
A fun zone approved by the FFCT (Fédération Française de Cyclotourisme – French cycle tourism federation), the les Arcs/ Peisey-Vallandry Bikepark is made in the image of the winter ski area: an immense and varied playground. In partnership with the CommencalCommencal brand, it abounds in multiple possibilities, for all abilities and caters for all branches of the sport: DH (downhill), Endurance, Cross-Country.
In the forest or in the open country, from Bourg Saint Maurice to Arc 2000, more than 150 km of marked trails are available from green to black.
THE LES ARCS/ PEISEY-VALLANDRY BIKE PARK IN A FEW FIGURES
25 marked routes from 2600m to 800m including :
>> 9 DH (2 greens, 3 blues, 2 reds, 2 blacks) amounting to 41.7 km
>> 5 Endurance routes (2 greens, 1 blue, 1 red, 1 black) amounting to 58.6 km
>> 2 Cross-Country circuits (red) amounting to 35.7 km
>> 1 fun trail (level blue)
>> 8 links
1 freestyle zone in Arc 1600
5 Practice Parks from beginner level
>> 1 pre-opening weekend: 25 and 26 June 2016
Lift prices and opening times for the pre-opening weekend
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. (every 30 mins)
Cachette & Vallandry chairlifts
9.15a.m.-12.50 p.m. / 1.20-4.50 p.m.
9.00 a.m. -12.15 p.m./ 1.15-6.00 p.m.
>> Opening of the Peisey-Vallandry (Vallandry - Lonzagne) sector 25/06 to 01/07/2016 : 29.50€/week
>> Full opening 02/07 to 27/08/2016
NEW FOR THIS SUMMER
An all new fun trail for an introduction to mountain biking in the Mille8 centre at the bottom of the les Villards telecabin in Arc 1800! Through forest and meadow, the Mille8 is an ideal way to start before setting out to conquer the Bike Park!
The new Villards telecabin open 7j/7 from 02/07 to 27/08/2016.
The all new Paradiski YUGE mobile application to follow your route, check your mountain biking, check the weather in real time and keep yourself informed about all this summer’s events in the resort![Translate to English:]
THE LES ARCS/ PEISEY-VALLANDRY BIKE PARK IN PICTURES
NOT TO BE MISSED