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We travelled to Tignes on a family holiday with only our son having done downhill MTB before. We all had a fabulous week trying various routes. All were well marked and there was something for everyone. The lift workers were great and worked hard to...More
1st time In Tignes and what a great place with superb mountain biking.
Had a couple of days riding and took the wife and kids on the first. Would hugely recommend going out as part of a bike school if you are a MTB novice...More
Amazing nature, large choice of slopes if you have a medium level of skills. For beginners, especially adult beginners, the choice is restricted. Smoothie is to be recommended, but Easy Ride is already much more demanding event though signed as green as well. Attending a...More
Fantastic blues to burn down. All swooping berms and clever jumps. The reds are a bit more challenging but a welcome addition. You find yourself picking your way down them. The black are mental and we left well alone. Lots of very steep rutted gulleys...More
First time biking in France and this place was great. All the trails are well sign posted and coloured the same as the ski runs with plenty for all levels, with the added bonus of a free lift pass to take you back to the...More
This bike park is really nice! One of the tracks will tack you to 2800m and you can cycle down to either Tignes or Val d'Isere. Is really nice. There are many other tracks with different experience levels. All in all really positive.
an great up an coming bike resort, a wide range of trails for all levels but they could do with a few more beginner trails. we rented a guide and bikes from Start line MTB based in Blackcats shop close to the Tufs chairlift.
Having stayed at both Tignes and Les Brevieres, I would definitely say you should find somewhere in Tignes. Brevieres is very quiet - not suitable for families, with very limited access to the trails - all the activity (tons... More
Having stayed at both Tignes and Les Brevieres, I would definitely say you should find somewhere in Tignes. Brevieres is very quiet - not suitable for families, with very limited access to the trails - all the activity (tons of stuff that kids from 6 to 106 can enjoy) and trails are in Tignes. There is a shuttle from Brevieres, but times vary during the day and there can be limited space so you could end up with a wait. If you can't find anything in Tignes (first choice) have a look at Val D'Isere - there is a good lift up to the peaks from Val D'Isere and you can easily ride from the top of the lift down into Tignes once you are up there. Take full suspension bikes if you are keen cyclists - the prepared trails are challenging for hardtails.