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Mountain Biking in Tignes

Tignes is situated high above the tree-line and known for its fast, open, rocky trails. Part of the Tignes Val d’Isère mountain biking area, the modern lift system is completely free!

Mountain Biking - Tignes

Downhill
Enduro
Super accessible riding for all levels. Lifts are free!
High-altitude means it's quite barren in places. Long transfer.

Elevation

Summit 2700 m

Vertical Drop 1450 m

Base 1550 m

Lifts (5)

Cable Cars 1

Chair Lifts 4

MTB Trails

XC Fair, beginner to intermediate

Downhill Excellent, beginner to advanced

Enduro Good, beginner to intermediate

Total Riding 102 km

Bike Park Yes

Bike Wash Yes (3)

Beginner Trails 3

Intermediate Trails 11

Advanced Trails 7

Expert Trails 4

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Practical Information

Opening times

28 June to 31 August

Resort prices

Free

Nearest airport

Grenoble (2 hours 34 mins)

Tourist Office

Office de Tourisme de Tignes
Place Centrale
73321 Tignes
France

Phone: +33 (0)4 79 40 04 40
Web: www.tignes.net
Email: information@tignes.net

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Tignes MTB Videos

For your riding pleasure the Tignes mountain bike trails open from the end of June to the beginning of September. The link with Val d'Isère opens up this MTB area to all levels of rider and all riding styles, whether you're into downhill, freeride, enduro or XC. And, if you're after pure air time, the air bag and water jump are ready and waiting for you to send it.

The Tignes-Val d’Isère Bikepark is blessed with a modern lift system which means access to the far reaches of the resort is quick, and you spend more time on the bike than queuing for lifts. Ride everything from beginner downhill and cross-country trails through to technical black runs and some superb high mountain enduro tracks.

The bike park offers a high proportion of blue trails, which are as good for riders new to the sport as they are for advanced riders who'll love the high-speed smooth jumps.

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