With 80 km of marked paths, 85 km of MTB trails, 1 route reserved especially for e-bikes and 5 gentle routes, if you’re looking to explore Courchevel by bike you’ll be spolit for choice!
And the ski lifts are free of charge all summer:
- Plantrey ski lift
- Verdons gondola
- Saulire cable car
- La Tania gondola
Take a look at our route suggestions below, or download the biking map 2018 by clicking here.
ACCESS FROM COURCHEVEL OPEN FROM MAY 2019.
By E-bike or road bike: This new cycling pass invites cyclists of all levels to ride through an exceptional setting, with the final 5.8 kilometres reserved to cyclists only. It’s the perfect opportunity to admire the Vanoise glaciers and Mont Blanc in total safety, with the arrival at an altitude of 2,304 metres.
By MTB: 21.1 km – 2hrs – climbs and descents: 780 metres – Red Setting off from the Tourist Office in Courchevel 1850, this sustained climb along forest paths will take you up to the Col de la Loze, at an altitude of 2,274 metres. 360° views of the mountain summits await you, with stunning views of Mont Blanc into the bargain. Make your way back to the starting point through the Méribel valley.
23.7 km – 3hrs – climbs and descents: 780 metres – Red
Set off from Courchevel Le Praz and gradually make your way up to Courchevel 1850, winding through Courchevel La Tania’s forest. Then head towards Courchevel Moriond and on to la Rosière lake before finishing off with a ride through Montcharvet’s meadows.
2.2 km – 3hrs – climbs and descents: 940 metres – Red
This more physically demanding route invites you to discover a new side to Courchevel. Set off from Le Praz and discover many of the valley’s typical little villages as you cycle along a succession of uphill and downhill sections. Head towards the «Chemin des Vignes» - a fun track that crosses 3 rivers.
Adrenaline seekers will love the 20 km of downhill trails through woods and meadows, taking you from the top of the Combe de la Saulire as far as Brides-les-Bains in the valley.
Route reserved for experienced mountain bikers only.
Protective gear strongly recommended.