The Pass'Portes du Soleil and our MTB routes


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The Pass'Portes du Soleil MTB is a mountain bike excusion between 1000 and 2450 m altitude, in France and Switzerland, to discover the fabulous Moutain Bike area of the Portes du Soleil and its grandiose landscapes.
The route takes in between 13 and 15 lifts in the area, depending on the year (of the 24 open all summer). There are a few variants to go up on a mountain bike for the strongest and to go down on more technical slopes for the most experienced. The tour takes place on a single day, with participants choosing to ride on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
The loop is about 80km long with a downhill profile, about 6000m of D- and 1000m of D+. The Pass'Portes du Soleil MTB course is also open to electric bikes.

Here are the different prices for each itinerary:
  • Pass'Portes Kids: €25 (+€3 administration fee), including in addition to the above services, the accompaniment by French cycling instructors. Tours departing from Les Gets, Châtel or Morzine only on Saturday 25 June or Sunday 26 June 2022. All details in the Kids tab.
  • Night Ride by Hope: €15 (+€1 administration fee)
  • Pedestrian Pass'Portes: €15 (+€1 administration fee)

The different options to add to the rider pack when you register:
  • Cancellation guarantee: The organisation offers a "cancellation guarantee" of €3 per registration. - See the conditions of the guarantee in the Pass'Portes du Soleil MTB rules.
  • Slicy mudguards: At a price of €10 with a specific enduro/DH design

Looking for more?

Morzine and the Portes du Soleil mountain biking area are among the best spots in Europe for mountain biking and are considered the Mecca for most mountain bikers. The terrain in Morzine-Avoriaz is indeed ideal for mountain biking.
The Portes du Soleil area is one of the largest mountain bike parks in Europe, with an endless variety of terrain and tracks, offering downhill, free-ride and cross-country riding for all tastes and levels.

The Portes du Soleil mountain bike trails are colour-coded like the ski trails, so the green trail is perfect for families and beginners and is generally of a light difficulty, well groomed and has gentle slopes. Perfect for beginners!
For those who are much more experienced mountain bikers and want to tackle the best mountain bike trails in the French Alps, they can switch to blue, red or even black trails. They can then tackle steep and technical trails that require excellent control, confidence and technique.

We provide this MTB guide, which will give you more information on the different possible routes.
On that note, we'll see you soon on the tracks!
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