Es gibt noch viele weitere Details zu dieser Tour. Für den Zugriff benötigst du aber ein Nutzerkonto auf Ride.ch. Registriere dich als Silber- oder Gold-Abonnent, um auf alle Detailangaben inklusive Webkarte, GPX-Track oder PDF-Download zugreifen zu können.
Many start the tour at Arp de Joux, which can be reached by car or by a shuttle. This is located high above Saint-Rhémy and could also be reached on your own, but this would make the route very hard. The ascent is hard enough already. First, you‘ll ride on a slightly uphill trail westward, then climb Comba de Merdeux and then change to the trail in the direction of Colle Malatra. From here, the bike will have to be pushed and carried. A whopping 650 metres need to be covered this way, and you‘ll still have to carry the bike over steep steps into a gap in the cliff. It‘ll be worth it! The view from the top over to Mont Blanc is stunning. As is the descent through the high alpine mountain landscape. The path is quite technically challenging, but it has repeated longer stretches of flowy spots to the Rifugio Walter Bonatti. This is where you pick up the well-known mountain trail through the Val Ferret, which you follow far above the valley floor towards Courmayeur, always with Mont Blanc looking at you. The trail leads up to the Rifugio Bertone, where the tricky tail down to Courmayeur begins. This path has a lot in it and ends right on the outskirts of Courmayeur.
Arp de Joux – Alpe Merdeux – Comby de Merdeux – Colle Malatra – Vallone di Malatra – Rifugio Walter Bonatti – Aminaz Desot – Rifugio Bertone – Courmayeur
difference in altitude uphill:
difference in altitude downhill:
Rifugio Walter Bonatti
Nearby bike shops
Nearby bike hotels
Es wurden für diese Region leider keine Bike-Hotels gefunden.