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Cycling Holidays Les Gets

France


Les Gets

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Views over Mont Blanc from Les Gets
Les Gets
Road cycling around Les Gets and Portes du Soleil

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Once the snow melts away and the spring wild flowers start to appear, the guys and girls at the Les Gets tourist office and bike park start their preparation for the oncoming summer season.  The resort of Les Gets has a real charm and welcoming atmosphere.  With restaurants, cafes and entertainment spilling out onto the streets, it’s hard to find somewhere where you’ll feel more relaxed for your holiday.  The resort was firmly established as Europe’s meca for mountain bikers when it hosted the UCI World Cup downhill back in 2004.  Since then there has been many national and international events held in Les Gets with the local tourist office continually investing and developing the resort for the summer holiday makers.  For road bikers you have a fantastic selection of mountain Cols right on your doorstep, many of which have featured in the Tour du France which usually visits Les Gets every two to three years.  The resort is very well setup for all levels of cyclist, and for those bringing family or friends that don’t cycle, there is a host of activities on offer to keep everyone entertained.

Biking:

Les Gets really is the ultimate biking friendly resort with stunning scenery and panoramic views of Mont Blanc just adding to the fantastic experience of cycling in the Alps.  With over 650km of marked mountain bike routes and dedicated lifts for mountain bikers, there really is something for everyone in Les Gets!  For families & children there are stunning cross country and downhill routes to try out mountain biking and enjoy the beautiful mountains on slightly less extreme routes!  With clearly marked and graded routes biking can be enjoyed by all the family.  There is a pump track and mini obstacle course in the centre of Les Gets for anyone wanting to practise their skills before taking to the mountain.  For more experience riders there are endless challenges with 6 moderate, 5 difficult and 3 pro runs. 

Further details of Les Gets Bike Park

Events:

Passportes du Soleil - 80km cross country trek around the whole of the Portes du Soleil.  Takes place at the end of June each year to celebrate the opening of the whole area.  Around 6500 mountain bikers take part each year.

Alpine Battle - Les Gets hosts its very own Mountain Biking Enduro event at the end of August. GPS beacons are placed all around the Les Gets bike area. Over the two day competition, teams of two riders have to find as many GPS beacons as they can. The team that finds the most GPS beacons wins. Use of lifts is authorized. 

1 Day, 1 Col - Every year the climbs around this area are shut off to cars on certain days so cyclists can take part in the 1 day 1 climb event. There are over 68 mountain passes close by, each offering its own challenge.

Route des Grandes Alpes – Cycle La Route des Grandes Alpes from Les Gets along the fabulous and famous mountain roads. The 684 km between Thonon-les-Bains and Menton includes 16 passes that are among the highest in the Alps. The journey between Lake Geneva and the shores of the Mediterranean embraces the entire French Alps. The winding road crosses spectacular mountain landscapes, and in the valleys you'll find local cultural features and gastronomic specialities.

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