2 Alpes Bike Park ™ is the official name given to the whole Les 2 Alpes MTB area. Renowned throughout Europe, Les 2 Alpes Bike Park is home to Riding and downhill MTB enthusiasts of all ages and from all walks of life. Re (discover) this unique playground, made all the more impressive thanks to impressive, precipitous mountains boasting a vertical drop…have a blast!


From June 2023!

Ride all summer season

17 June to 27 August 2023

Seasonal rate 295.00€ / adult
Valid on all the 2 Alpes Bike Park™ tracks


A MTB area just for you…

Extreme thrills!
2 Alpes Bike Park™ offers you a high-reaching world of ride accessible to all between altitudes of 2,400 metres and 900 metres, as well as a downhill run with a vertical drop! Make the most of its 103 km of marked trails for all levels and its 4 ski lifts open all summer.

Each to their own level, each to their own style!
Whether you’re an amateur or an expert, you’ll love the smooth, wide tracks that are a pleasure to ride over, fast, high-altitude downhill trails, technical single tracked enduro-type routes and fun modules for all levels.


2 Alpes Bike Park™

Discover the videos of the mountain bike trails
Enjoyment for everyone

Sectors and piste map


Did you know?

The Bike Park in numbers

Our team comprises 8 shapers and bike patrollers who are responsible for daily maintenance and safety of Les 2 Alpes Bike Park™ to ensure you have plenty of fun.

1 500 m vertical drop,
11 145 m of cumulative vertical drop between 2,400 metres and 900 metres
1390 m of positive vertical drop in total
103 km of route
4 lifts including 2 new Telemix
13 downhill trails, including 2 élite trail: 2 green, 4 blues, 4 reds and 3 blacks
4 enduro itineraries: 2 red trails and 2 blacks
4 E-bike itinerairies: 1 green, 2 blues, 1 red
1 dedicated beginners area on Vallée Blanche
1 Easy to Ride zone


“The objectives are to improve the existing facilities, to make the slopes pleasant to ride but also easier to maintain. Following multiple audits, customer feedback, the opinions of local professionals but also external experts such as Adrien Loron, the new mountain bike ambassador for Les 2 Alpes, the ski lift company is committed to renewing the Bike Park in Les 2 Alpes. A lot of financial and human resources are and will be employed!”

→ 2 new ski lifts:

  • in the Vallée Blanche sector: the Vallée Blanche Telemix
  • in the Diable sector: the Diable Telemix 

→ New modules on the Easy Park in the resort centre

→ New blue run on Pied Moutet

→ Creation of a new black run, inaugurated on 16 April 2023, for mountain bike enthusiasts, experts and experienced riders: the “Black-Garden”. The difficulty level will be “double black”!

→ Single track blue in Lilith variant

→ Upgrading of the red Devil’s Trail


Buy your MTB pass

One day29.50 € Adult

[On the entire 2 Alpes bike park™]

Adult23.00 €4HR PASS

[MTB 4-hour great deal]

Adult116.00 €6 DAYS OR MORE

[Summer season from 17 June 2023].



Be an exemplary mountain biker and follow the top tips and code of conduct provided by Les 2 Alpes’ bike patrollers!

Think eco-responsibly
  • Respect nature and the environment
  • Don’t leave any waste behind
Respect those around you
  • Make others aware you are there before overtaking
  • The rider in front always takes priority over the one behind
  • Do not stop on the route, get off the track or use the rest areas designed for that purpose
Respect the signage and markings
  • Do not go off the marked itineraries
  • Avoid skidding
  • Do not cut corners
Alert mountain rescue services

5 things to do in the event of an accident
1. Make the area safe
2. Get information about the injured party
3. Locate the scene of the accident (name of the trail, itinerary, distinguishing features, marker number on downhill trails….), then plot your position on the map using your X and Y coordinates.
4. Warn the operating staff or call 112 from your mobile phone
5. Stay with the injured party until the rescue services arrive

Safety first
  • Face masks must be worn on all ski lifts
  • Full-face helmets must be worn for downhill mountain biking
  • It is strongly advised to wear knee pads, elbow pads, long gloves and a back protector
  • It is strongly advised to use a mountain bike that is in good condition and adapted to the discipline
Take care
  • On your first MTB descent, adapt your speed to get a feel for the route and keep an eye out for any technical sections
  • Go over each technical section on foot before riding over them on your bike
  • Adapt your speed to your level when you come to an obstacle or module
  • Don’t attempt any reckless tricks
  • Slow down if there are other riders around, or if you have reduced visibility of the terrain
Loyalty + Trust = PARTNER


The resort of Les 2 Alpes is extremely proud of this partnership: THANK YOU!

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