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The Bikepark !

Opening from Friday 14 June to Sunday 15 September 2024, subject to contextual conditions.

The ideal downhill mountain bike destination, for riders of all levels

Riding in Avoriaz means enjoying 19 phenomenal downhill tracks and having access to the rest of the Portes du Soleil; a further 600kms of some of the world’s best mountain biking.

The high-quality machine-made trails and handcrafted single-tracks created by a team of enthusiastic shapers have made the reputation of the Avoriaz bike-park. It is appreciated as much by experienced riders as by beginners for the variety of its terrain, while offering an ideal playground to progress.

Add to this a great mountain biking focused atmosphere and regular visits from the world’s best riders and you‘ve found the ideal destination to come and ride in summer.

Here you will find

Constantly evolving, progressive trails
Huge variety of tracks
Regular & high-quality trail maintenance
Shapers listening to rider feedback
Friendly environment with picnic & barbecue areas

New: the red Chill Con Carne track

A new red trail will be available in the Séraussaix area this summer!
Its airy profile will meet the expectations of experienced mountain bikers, and will feature no fewer than 23 kickers!

Entirely machine-built, with a fairly smooth surface (no roots or stones) and constructed obstacles (dirt bumps, whoops, wooden ramps…), Chill Con Carne is classified as a flowtrail in our scale of progression.

The only red track on this 10-track panel, it completes the range to cover all levels of difficulty.

Avoriaz Bike Park Map

Check out the 18 graded trails of the Avoriaz Bikepark but also a progressive scale to know which tracks to follow to progress from the easiest to the most difficult.


Find detailed information on our slopes and onboard videos on the Avoriaz Up&Down app.

Europe’s largest mountain bike area

The French/Swiss Portes du Soleil area was one of the first to promote downhill mountain biking with tracks that have hosted World Cups and French Nationals. While these have made its reputation, there are many other easier tracks forming a network of 650 km spread over 12 resorts, including Avoriaz.

This huge area is covered by a single ski pass giving you access to 19 ski lifts equipped to securely  transport mountain bikes.

For your safety and security, the slopes are clearly marked and regularly maintained by the different resorts shapers.

Portes du Soleil MTB piste map

Portes du Soleil e-MTB map

Some helpful info before taking to the bike park

All our trails are specifically designed for downhill mountain biking with various technical features.

S’cool zone

S’cool zone / Beginner level.

Flat zone to test yourself and gain confidence on small obstacles and features. Accessible directly from the chairlifts, this is the ideal place to find your feet before starting your first descent.


Piste verte

Green trail / Beginner level.

Wide machine made trails on a gentle gradient with low banked corners and small technical features.

Designed for new downhill mountain bikers already comfortable with riding flat trails.

These trails are the “easiest” we can offer, but remember, there is no “easy” in downhill mountain biking and the trails may still be considered “hard” to beginners.


Blue trail

Intermediate level.

Wide machine made trails on a slightly steeper gradient with tighter corners and medium sized technical features.

Suited for riders who are already comfortable on green trails.


Red trail

Advanced level .

Narrower trails on a steeper gradient with tighter corners and larger technical features. The terrain is more changeable so expect rocks, roots and off cambers sections.

Suited to riders who are already comfortable on blue trails and have good tech,ical riding skills.


Black trail

Expert level.

Narrow trails on the steepest gradients and with the largest technical features. Expect to encounter the biggest jumps and drops, as well as the terrain that requires skilful riding.

Warming up on intermediate and advanced trails is encouraged.

We provide ride-arounds from some non-rollable obstacles but remember the ride around is still graded to the trail.


Trail Progression

A tool to help riders progress

Which trail to begin with and which one to ride next?

The answers are obvious with the progression scale of the Avoriaz Bikepark. The scale classifies the tracks according to their difficulty, from the easiest to the most difficult, making it easy to plan your ride and progress with confidence to more technical trails.

trail progression

Tutorial for riding in a bikepark

Made in collaboration with Bikelive. French comments only.


There are great fun events in the bike park throughout the summer, follow us on Facebook and Instagram to make sure you don’t miss out.

Animoz on 1/07

Event organized by textile brand Animoz with their ambassadors

Hit the Park o, 08/07

Gathering with Team Fox riders for a day of riding and sharing. A professional photographer was on hand to immortalize all the riders, and the photos were made available to everyone during the evening aperitif. A great spirit!

Rip Off Worlds on 03/08

Whip contest, an emblematic figure and a kind of bicycle grab. It’s the event of the bikepark’s myhtic module, the Grosse Berth, that everyone looks forward to every year.

No Name on 09/08

A no-pressure run on one of our tracks, which you can repeat as often as you like just to improve your time or challenge your mates. Catering and good sound for atmosphere and conviviality.

Mountain Bike World Cup from 10 to 17/09

The Portes du Soleil hosts all the events in the Mountain Bike World Cup, and Avoriaz Bikepark will be involved in the Marathon Cross Country on 16/09 and the Enduro on 17/09. If you’re feeling hot, there’s an amateur event on the 100 km marathon!

For your safety

Downhill mountain biking in a bike park can be risky. It requires a high level of physical and mental fitness, as well as specific equipment (bike and gear). Wearing a suitable helmet is compulsory, and the use of protective gear is strongly recommended (long gloves, knee pads, elbow pads, back protection, etc.).
To begin this specific activity, we advise you to work with a qualified instructor, and not to enter the bike park without knowing the difficulty of the trails and the riding bases.

Front saddles (shotgun type and similar), baby seats and all types of baby carriers used on mountain bikes, as well as trailers, are prohibited on the Avoriaz lifts and bike park. These devices are not suitable for this purpose and provide no protection for the passenger.




Clothing and protection : A long-time partner of Avoriaz Bikepark, our bike-park now enjoys "Diamond" status, which is a tribute to the work of our shapers!


Goggles and glasses : World class eye protection


Mountain bikes : It's no coincidence that the Californian giant has based its European offices in Morzine-Avoriaz and partners with our bike-park on development projects.


Anti-puncture products : Avoriaz Bikepark supports this young and innovative brand to equip our service/repair stations.

Avoriaz day-skier access saturated

No more parking available to access the Avoriaz ski area.


Partial opening of the ski area. Give preference to Avoriaz ski passes.