15.3 miles
Distance
3,454 ft
Climb
-3,422 ft
Descent
1 mile
High Point

Start your trip at the sports center of Haute-Nendaz to join Tracouet by following the signs VTT 132. Go in direction of Tsamandon and follow the road of Crettaux. After 500m, leave this road to take the forest path on your left. Follow this path to Prarion and continue your climb through the Balavaud meadow and its famous larches. Your climb continues to the site of Tracouet and its Black Lake. At the summit of Tracouet, enjoy the beautiful landscape and the restaurant to relax before starting a fairly sporty descent indicated by the signs VTT 133. Join the right of the chairlift and follow the main path. At the intersection, continue straight towards Sofleu. Your route continues on the main path and, after a slight climb, enjoy a final well deserved descent to the station.

Detailed Description
Circuit de Tracouet is a 15 mile intermediate route located near Nendaz. This mountain bike only route and has a hard overall physical rating. This route climbs 3,454 ft with a max elevation of 7,161 ft then descends -3,422 ft.

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  • Riding area
  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Difficulty rating
    Blue
  • Bike type
    DH, AM, XC
  • Physical rating
    Hard
More Stats for Circuit de Tracouet mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    34 ft
  • Altitude min
    4,411 ft
  • Altitude start
    4,412 ft
  • Altitude end
    4,446 ft
  • Grade max
    -61.9%
  • Grade min
    75.1%
  • Distance climb
    7 miles
  • Distance down
    7 miles
  • Distance flat
    3,114 ft
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