Mountain biking in Le Beaufortain
The Beaufortain is just made for mountain biking! It has a mountain biking area featuring 41 runs to suit all styles – enduro, cross-country and downhill – as well as runs that are accessible to electric mountain bikes, free chair-lifts or shuttles to take you to the top of the runs, and a guide book and routes that can be downloaded via the new ‘Traces Alpines’ app.Discover
Our mountain biking stays
Packaged mountain biking holidays to start with your family or have fun with your friends.
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Mountain biking guides and rentals
Courses, guided outings, e-mountain bike, guide and transport on the Enduro tracks: discover our service providers.Discover
Leave your car behind and take advantage of the ‘Lignes Nature’, a network of shuttle buses that stop at each village on route to the main starting points for hikes and the main tourist sites in the Beaufortain. They are equipped with trailers so they can transport mountain bikes. Apart from the Albertville-Beaufort shuttle, all routes are free of charge. Download the timetables here.Bus timetable 2019
Mountain biking or cycling? If you hesitate, follow our experts:
Vincent Ancelin proposes a guided visit of the mountain biking area.
Nicolas Roux and François d'Haene have trained on the route of Tour de France between Albertville and Cormet de Roselend.
Ideally situated between lowland and mountains, the Beaufortain is very popular with cyclists. The area features no fewer than 12 waymarked cycle routes – 6 climbs and 6 circuits. If we include the neighbouring areas of Pays d’Albertville and Val d’Arly, this makes a total of 24 routes. A wealth of possibilities that has not escaped the attention of the Tour de France, which regularly includes the Cormet de Roselend climb, one of the Tour’s legendary ascents.Discover