Chamrousse Bike Park

Chamrousse Bike Park

Bike Park

Chamrousse Bike Park: 2 lifts, 6 MTB tracks and 20 km for downhill/enduro biking and all-terrain scooters insiders:

  • 1 green for beginners
  • 3 blue for insiders
  • 1 red for confirmed bikers
  • 1 black tracks for experts

And also, 6 marked loops from 5 to 13km long with 50km dedicated to cross-country bike, enduro mountain bike and electric bike. They allow a sporting and/or assisted practice: leaflet available with Chamrousse tracks.
Electric mountain bike allowed in La Croix gondola for MTB tracks access.

Downhill mountain biking

All summer long, the shapers are on the ground to maintain the tracks and improve the practice. Don't hesitate to ask them for information, they are there 7 days a week.
Chamrousse Bike Park open every day in July and August + the last 2 weekends in June* + every weekend in September* (*depending on weather conditions).

Departure from Chamrousse 1650 - La Croix gondola

  • Blanchon MTB slope: green level / 485 m vertical drop / 4.1 km / Arrival Chamrousse 1750 - Bérangère chairlift
  • Chamroussienne track: blue level / 590 m vertical drop / 4.8 km / Arrival at Chamrousse 1650
  • Tétras track: black level (very difficult) / 590 m ascent / 3.6 km / Arrival in Chamrousse 1650

Departure from Chamrousse 1750 - Bérangère chairlift

  • Panoramic track: blue level / 275 m ascent / 2,2 km / Arrival Chamrousse 1750 - Bachat Bouloud + part of the road to the Bérangère chairlift
  • Transhumance MTB slope: blue level / 221 m difference in altitude / 1.9 km / Arrival at Chamrousse 1650 - La Croix gondola     
  • Rhodos track: red level / 275 m ascent / 2.1 km / Arrival at Chamrousse 1750

Downhill level

  • Easy / Green: special skills are not required. However, you must have used your mountain bike before.
  • Average / Blue: you must have some practical experience in mountain biking and know the basics of balance.
  • Red - Black / Difficult - Very difficult: you must have some experience in downhill biking on uneven tracks with roots, natural steps, steep slopes and jumps. You should be able to master this kind of obstacles.

Chamrousse-Uriage downhill track

From Chamrousse 1650, take the pedestrian/MTB track and ride down to Uriage (for confirmed bikers). The way Uriage-Chamrousse is possible by bus (Transisère 6010).


These tracks are for mountain biking only. The practice is free and not supervised: the route is done under your own responsibility.
The tracks may be slippery by wet or very dry conditions and the rain reduces greatly the grip. You must check that your equipment is in good working order.
Helmets are obligatory, gloves and protective gear (elbow guards, knee pads and spine armour) are strongly recommended.
You must always control your speed and your path when riding your bike. Avoiding the other bikers and the surrounding objects is your responsibility. Never stop on a route if you are blocking the way or if you cannot be seen by the other bikers.
Don't forget you are crossing pastures. Respect the flock of sheep by controlling your speed!