Activities

Bikepark(Remontes Mcaniques Crans-Montana-Aminona S.A.)
Parking de Cry d'Er
3963 Crans VS
+41 (0)848 22 10 12 - http://www.mycma.ch

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Explore the most beautiful slopes in the Valais Alps, thanks to the Crans Montana bike park. 

With three downhill slopes (black, red and blue) designed for all levels, the bike park is accessible to everyone, regardless if you are a seasoned biker or just warming up! Passing through the ski area, you can enjoy unmatched panoramic views of the Rhone Valley before passing through the forest. A last shot arrival is waiting for you in the canyon of Crans.

CHETZERON BLACK RUN
With a length of 2.5 km, this track is perfect for experienced riders. This route offers several obstacles in the forest, between rocks, multiple dirt jumps and the possibility to ride the course twice.

MONT LACHAUX RED RUN
3km long, intermediate riders will love this track full of steep turns, dirt jumps and obstacles along the forest. All the challenging sections have an escape route for novice riders.

BLUE TRACK 
Ideal for those just beginning, the blue trail offers 3km of a marked and approved track, containing all the elements of a great downhill trail linking Chetzeron to Arnouva. 

 

Rental shop
Shop open from the opening of the Bikepark
+41 27 485 89 73

 

Buy my pass

 

Opening times

Opening on May 15, 2023. The bike park tracks will be opened successively depending on the snow conditions in the resort.

 

 


Pumptrack(Association des Communes de Crans-Montana)
Ycoor
3963 Crans-Montana
- www.cransmontana.ch

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H7

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Come and have fun on the bumps and bends at the Ycoor Pumptrack. Work on your coordination and « pump » motion to gain speed and go forward without pedalling. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a beginner or advanced, pumptrack is for everyone to enjoy. Come with your favourite equipment, whether that’s a bike, scooter or skateboard.  

Prices

Pumptrack: Free

 

Opening times

Every day from 5 July 2023

The pumptrack will be closed between 24 July and 5 August.