“ An average of 5-6 riders per guide means that you'll spend much more time in the saddle and a lot less time waiting for the rest”
Nope we had to wait 30 mins at the end of every downhill for the plebs to get down,every day was a massive group for us grrr,
we asked a and asked to be put with better riders or by ourselves but no we had to ride with these for a week,one day there was 14 of us in the group,what a waste of a day!
Kept on taking us down really tame trails when we had told them countless times we haven't come here to ride this!
1st two days we had to share with two other riders we didn't know and wasn't part of what we paid for.
on the way back to the chalet they always made user we went the road way back,and when i asked where this footpath went the guide said ohh no where, huh the day after i went down it instead of going the pub way back where the guide must get a bonus for tasking the riders that way as this footpath was pretty good and brought me out right near the chalet
1st day i asked where the supermarket was they reply was there isn’t one,but we sell all that you will need at a very expensive amount i might add.well low and behold the day after i strolled down the road to find a supermarket not 10mins away,well i never hey!
now if i was made of money it might have eased my wallet but to get out to the Alps etc was hard financially never mind everything else,a few more other things too but that is some of them
Ok if you like steady easy trails but far better places in the Alps
Of you have money to burn go for it