Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking in Les Gets

 

The annual Passportes du Soleil is from 29th June - 1st July 2018, a very well known 3-day Mountain Biking event is open to all as a ride of discovery covering the whole 12 resorts in France and Switzerland which make up The Portes du Soleil.  You can start the tour from Les Gets and registrations are open now. This year our next door village Morzine will be hosting the Bike Show with over 200 stalls and bike tests - we offer rides to and from the other resorts from Chalet Bluebell.

Over 80km of marked routes with many pit stops along the way.  There is a kids course which is supervised by instructors, and a walking Pass Portes event takes place during the weekend too.

This whole mountain biking mecca is open throughout the summer with marked biking pistes for every ability.

Family Mountain Biking in Les Gets

Our facilities for mountain bikers

  • Secure bike storage
  • Maintenance corner
  • Washing facilities
  • Maps of local routes
  • relax in the hot tub after a hard days cycling
  • nutritional meals 

We can offer or Arrange

  • Transfers to and from Geneva with your bike
  • Local bicycle hire
  • Packed lunch
  • Evening massages

Mountain Biking in Les Gets and throughout the Portes du Soleil is phenomenal!  It is by far the largest and the best place in the Alps. Les Gets has regularly hosted the World Cup, World Championship XC and DH competitions. 

Les Gets hosts Crankworx the annual Elite Mountain Biking Event, taking place from June 20th - 24th 2018.   This event brings together the superstars of the mountain biking world to compete in competitions and events including downhill, slopestyle, DH, Dual speed and style, pump track. This event has an incredible atmosphere with thousands of people coming from all over the world for the five days to enjoy the biggest Mountain Biking competitions in France and there are many events for the whole family, concerts, and also the Kidsworx events and pump track for the children.

Crankworx Les Gets

Les Gets Bike Park

There are well marked and signposted routes for everyone from first-time riders to serious competitive downhill riders.  The trails are marked similarly to the ski pistes in order of difficulty from green to black.   Exploring cross-country routes is a fun family day out with mountain restaurants along the route, or ask the chef at Chalet Bluebell to pack you a picnic.

There are local bike shops who offer bike hire and fitting and all the protective equipment needed we can organise this for you in advance of your stay.  We can pre-arrange for a mountain bike guide or instructor to take you around the tracks.

 

 

Click to download pdf - Les Gets bike park map