The bikepark has mostly natural trails except for the jumpline and berms underneath the lift.
Overall the trails feel a bit more rugged than Lac Blanc and more commitment is required.
Since the altitude difference is only 273m. you will get plenty of chances to try again.
In addition to the DH tracks there are also a couple of enduro tracks, that need a bit of pedaling in after the lift ride.
The lift is reasonably fast, but only takes one bike at a time. During the summer the lift operates the entire week.The bikepark is about 15mins with the car from the town.
If you prefer to pedal up, you can try the 558km’s of signposted xc routes Get a free map at the tourist office.
Or take a good look at the hiking path’s and find some nice trails yourself.
Mountain biking in La Bresse
La Bresse is a medium-sized town, where you will find all you will need. restaurants, hotels, supermarket and a couple of good french patisseries.
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There are 2 campgrounds near la Bresse, both are in nice quiet locations and offer chalets and log cabins for rental, besides tent and camper pitches.
camping belle hutte is next to the bikepark
haut des bluches is near the village