Mountain bike tour in the High Alps, France




The Cyclande difference 












An breathtaking week in the High Alps and the Queyras National Park: high elevation mountain passes, long climbs, endless descents and narrow single tracks, sometimes clinging to the cliff : this is a tour for MTB fanatics!


Day 1: Welcome in Briançon at the end of the afternoon. Eat and sleep in an mountain chalet.

Day 2 & 3:

A loop of two days in the high Alps! It is not a gentle introduction to mountain biking in the area... We will climb the Izoard pass ( one of the greatest mountain pass in the Alps as well as in the "Tour de France race" history), ride on memorable endless single tracks descents, ride on narrow trails ...


Day 4 to 7

Crossing of the Queyras National Park and its pretty scenery. High elevation mountain passes, trails and single tracks, technical descents, superb larch forests and high elevation pastures, the whole thing within this typical lovely atmosphere of the Queyras. At the end of the crossing, it is possible to dip in a mineral mountain hot spring to recover quickly!

Day 8: This is the"Au revoir",after a good breakfast..







Trip ref.: GM-A3B-07

Physical level : 33/45 km per day


Technical level: .


Date : At a date that suits to your group, from mid August to end September

Accommodations: Mountain chalets & Mountain Gîtes.

Price per person: depend on the number of people in your group (price exemple : 890 Euros, double occupancy, when 6 people (Click to convert)

Bike renting: 105 Euros  (Click to convert)

Meeting point: Briancon

Drop -off point : Briancon

 We can also arrange transportation from/to airport and train station.

It includes:.

  • all accommodations, in Moutain chalets & Mountain Huts & Gîtes (ask for extra-prices for single room)
  • all breakfasts
  • all picnics
  • 5 dinners
  • Baggage transport
  • Bilingual guide

It doesn't include

  • 2 dinners
  • Beverages
  • All costs before rendezvous point and after final drop-off.
  • Travel / cancellation insurance













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