SUMMER 2018: MAY WEEK ENDS OPENING 12/13, 19/20, 26/27.
24th March 2018 Open all the lifts in Breuil-Cervinia and Valtournenche. Open the links with Zermatt and Valtournenche
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BIKE PARK DEL CERVINO
Plateau Rosà - Breuil-Cervinia "Dark Trail" -1-
Starting at the Plateau Rosà glacier at 3,480 m asl, a unique and spectacular location, arriving in Cervinia on a trail of 10 km in length. Attention, this trail is not always open and will open when conditions permit, daily authorisation given for the ascent with the cable cars. Please check daily with the Information Office of the lift systmes company.
Trail 1 Plan Maison - Breuil-Cervinia 1A-1B-1C GPX 1A GPX 1B GPX 1C
Trail of intermediate level, fun and ideal for those whom have a good technique of the downhill discipline. Along the trail numerous drops, parabolic curves and variants making it a trail to try over and over again.
Trail 2: Cime Bianche Laghi - Breuil-Cervinia -2- GPX
Trail with spectacular views in a high mountain environment envied by many rival parks. Starting at an altitude of almost 3,000 m asl descent along a trail ideal for the freeride enthusiasts with drops, parabolic curves and natural variants.
Cieloalto Trail 1 (trail 2 variant) -1F- GPX
A variant on trail 2 Cime Bianche, unwinding in the larch forest in the area of Cervinia known as Cieloalto. This trail is a real treat for enduro fans, for bikers with skilled techniques and for the nature lovers.
Layet Trail (trail 2 variant) -3V- GPX
A variant on trail 2 Cime Bianche. It is know by the locals as the "Canadian trail", unwinding through the forest in the area of Lago Bleu. It boasts views of the glaciers of the Grandes Murailles range that surround the Breuil basin. Return to the lift station via the Lake Lago Blu.
The old railway line (trail 2 variant) -6- GPX
A trail following the old railway line used in the construction of the Goillet Dam, an engineering feat at the foot of the Matterhorn. Ideal for all bikers, it can be reached via the trail 2 or in the opposite direction from the Valtournenche cable car arrival station (Salette).
Enchanting Promoron -8- GPX
A trail that does not use the lift systems to ascend the mountain. It is ideal for families and starts in the town of Breuil-Cervinia from the Church square. From here, follow the road near the golf course to the lake "Baia delle foche" to the Perreres area (in part on foot carrying your bike). The road continues to the old village of Promoron; discover some of the most beautiful and peaceful areas in Valtournench. Attention, this is also a hiking trail, please pay attention to walkers.
Rock & Wood Trail -5- GPX
With a length of about 1 km. 160 meters of negative gradient and an average gradient of 16.6%, can be considered the most challenging trail in the Cervino Bike Park. Made for the 30% with boardwalks, you will reach after about 3000 meters of descent on the trail of 2 Cime Bianche Laghi.
Supernatural Trail -10-
DESCRIPTION: Starting from the rock and wood trail, this beautiful variant allows you to plunge into the woods and rediscover your “wild biker” primordial instincts. A fantastic alternative to the usual rigged trakcs.
The green line trail -7- GPX
DESCRIPTION: An interesting variation to the beautiful “ROCK & WOOD TRACK” (the two share the initial part of the trail), it develops amidst nature and Iit’s not too rigged: a true ‘dive’ in absolute green.dedicated to mtb purists.
Jamais moll -9- GPX
DESCRIPTION: This most recent track that starts in Plan Maison at 2500mt was created in 2017 so that riders can quickly climb up the mountain by our lifts (only 15 mins), and has the highest rate of repeating time, allowing quick-enduro loversto try themselves on parabolics and purposefully designed whoops. 1500MT long, it’s downhill rides favourite.
Blu: Suitable for bikers with medium technical skills
Rosso: Suitable for bikers with experienced technical skills.
Nero: Suitable for bikers with hight technical skills.
The bike park numbers:
KM Enduro Trail (no common traits: 28.3)
KM xc: 16
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