- Morzine or Les Arcs – leaving tomorrow
Had a huge downpour all day yesterday in Morzine, so tracks drenched.
However, going to be good this weekend..allegedly.
There is stuff to ride here if you aren’t looking for just DH.
Been a big influx of riders on more enduro bikes this year.
Braking bumps not the problem this season, it has been the rain.Posted 5 years ago
But given your trail preferences you might be better off with Les Arcs.
I guess if I can try to get myself up relatively high for the final lifts of the day on Saturday, I can get myself back to Bourg for early evening and a good chill out, before packing up bright and early on sunday morning for the 2hr drive over the morzine… this should get me out on the morzine trails for mid-morning.Posted 5 years agomrhoppySubscriber
It’s not secrecy it’s just they’re hard to find and hard to explain where they go as there are lots of similar looking trails going all over the place. Some are ace some are not and some just disappear leaving you with a big old walk out. An Ign map and some time on Strava will see you right but whether you can see stuff on the ground when you get there is another matter.Posted 5 years agojambalayaMember
If you’ve got a car and don’t mind travelling about you can ride Chamonix and Verbier too. Lifts open into September, bit late to do all the research though as best trails aren’t “bike park” buy a Chamonix Bike Book from Zero-G.
Will drop you an email.
EDIT: suggest you drop Trail Addiction and White Room an email and ask very nicely if you can tag onto any of their groups, it will be money very well spentPosted 5 years ago
@jambalaya – cheers for the email.
I think i’ll avoid morzine on account of the mud situation and base myself out of les arcs… it’s only a 45 minute drive to tignes, so I can head out there on the sunday and maybe even the Saturday too. that all sounds much easier than switching campsites midway on such a short trip.Posted 5 years ago
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