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From Morgex, roll over to Villair, where the gravel ascent begins just above the last houses. A steep path curves its way up to Alp Fenêtre. Then you have another 400 steep metres before you. The sections are sometimes so steep that they have had to be paved so that they can be driven with a vehicle. With the bike, however, the entire ascent to Alp Licony can be managed by riding. Only after the alp, where the road transitions over to a single trail, will you face another 200 metres of pushing and riding. You‘ll finally reach the highest point of this alp with its wonderful views of Mont Blanc and down to the highest part of Valle d‘Aosta. The downhill is also spectacular. This initially runs on a trail through steep mountain pastures. Then many serpentine curves take you down, some of which are rideable at top or by using the rear wheel. Once you reach the forest, the path becomes more flowy. It soon meanders as a world-class flowy trail through the forest, repeatedly interrupted by an enjoyable serpentine. The trail keeps heading downhill with no backtracking and ends in the grapevines above Lavanchers. Then just roll along the lanes the short distance back to Morgex.
Morgex – Villair – Fenêtre – Chanton – Licony – Bergrücken unterhalb Tête de Drumianaz – Lavanchers – Morgex
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Es wurden für diese Region leider keine Bike-Hotels gefunden.