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route de Levie Village de Zonza, 20124, Zonza, Corsica France
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Scandola, Girolata & Calanches de Piana sea trips
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Scandola, Girolata & Calanches de Piana sea trips

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A magnificent tour to discover the Gulf of Porto, the calanches of Piana, the marine village of Girolata and the unmissable reserve of Scandola.<br><br>The Scandola Nature Reserve is a nature reserve in Corsica, both marine and terrestrial, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and part of the Marine Protected Areas of France. Classified in 1975, it covers an area of 1,669 hectares and protects a remarkable biodiversity.<br><br>
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Andreas T wrote a review Sep 2018
Lengnau, Switzerland2 contributions2 helpful votes
The trails are awesome, the views gorgeous, the people from Alte Cime super friendly, Many thanks, I had a blast! If you ride by your own (as I did), donate for the trail shapers!!! Attention: red marked trails are a bit more difficult than expected, ride black only If you like steep loose technical stuff
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Joyce T wrote a review Aug 2018
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The tracks were really cool and the bikes were good. Also we liked the shuttlebus driver Stefano!!! But when we started, the staff was really unfriendly about the fact that we didn't want a guide and after that, unfriendly about everthing. Bert negative attitude.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Alexandru T wrote a review Jun 2017
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The bike park is absolutely great, trully built for enduro: fast turns, narrow turns, big drops, steep sections, rock gardens and, the main difference between DH and enduro, some steep uphill sections to keep your heart rate fast fast fast. Be advised: as the terain is mostly very dry, almost sandy sometimes, one skids easily so the blue ones are already quite technical, the red ones are real vermilion red and the black ones are very tough. In general the levels seem tougher than your every summer DH bike park built in a ski resort. Amazing scenery from col de Bavella, don't forget to get some water every time as the ride begins with a 15 mins climb. Best part of it are the owners. Berenice and David are very friendly and generous people, they went above and beyond with the little details that matter to make our days awesome. David is very passionate about MTB and he is ready to share. Good job guys for puting together such a park. We will back some day...
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Date of experience: May 2017
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matt_ch2 wrote a review May 2017
Zurich, Switzerland6 contributions1 helpful vote
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We had a great day in this bikepark! As others already mentioned, the trails are rather difficult, meaning technical/alpine. All built obstacles have chicken lines. But there are also some easier flow lines. Since most lines do have some short (max 10min) uphill sections, an enduro bike is ideal. There is a map of all lines and many signs in the woods making the orientation easy. The staff was very friendly and helpful with many tips and information about the park and the region. The landscape is gorgeous.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Adrian J wrote a review Aug 2016
20 contributions10 helpful votes
There are some great downhill routes here in glorious settings. Having paid for an accompanied cycle ride with 2 other riders I was shocked to have been left by the instructor in the hills on my own. Unfortunately I was not given a map or his mobile number so had to call back to the office who texted him to tell him to call me. After waiting a while he did not call so I had to call the office again to get directions back. In the meantime he had returned to the office with the other 2 riders. I could easily have been injured in the forest as he knew I had fallen previously. My feeling is that an instructor should always ensure that he returns with all his riders and not leave anyone behind. This was even more surprising as he knew that I spoke very little French as I live in London and this was my first time on these trails. Also worth noting that the brake levers for front and rear brakes are reversed which I was not aware of until getting onto the bike. Hence it takes a while to get used to - this is something that Alte Cime could have swapped in advance so do ask for this if you are used to the UK brake bike setup. I was also given very wet knee and shin pads which were very uncomfortable in the baking heat.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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