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Enduro 14 (advanced) La Pasay - Dzeu du Mâ

Sport, Cycling sports, Enduro itinerary in Bruson

10.5 km
  • From the ridges of La Pasay on your way to Le Châble, discover the slopes of Bruson on varied trails. The 1,300 metres of elevation difference on this route will take you on a comprehensive tour through Bruson’s magical forest.

  • From the ridges of La Pasay on your way to Le Châble, discover the slopes of Bruson on varied trails. The 1,300 metres of elevation difference on this route will take you on a comprehensive tour through Bruson’s magical forest.
    You can begin the route by travelling from Le Châble to Moay by PostBus or with the Bruson cable cars (mid-July to mid-August) – or even by bike if you’re up for a challenge.
    You’ll then need to cycle six kilometres and cover 600 metres in elevation gain to reach...
    From the ridges of La Pasay on your way to Le Châble, discover the slopes of Bruson on varied trails. The 1,300 metres of elevation difference on this route will take you on a comprehensive tour through Bruson’s magical forest.
    You can begin the route by travelling from Le Châble to Moay by PostBus or with the Bruson cable cars (mid-July to mid-August) – or even by bike if you’re up for a challenge.
    You’ll then need to cycle six kilometres and cover 600 metres in elevation gain to reach the starting point of the trail at 2,228 metres in altitude. From there, follow the ridge that leads to the arrival station of the La Pasay ski lift.
    Continue across the magnificent pastures dotted with larch trees until you reach Larzay alpine pasture. Then take the path on your right that leads through the forest to Moay, where you arrived by bus or cable car earlier in the day.
    The second part of the tour begins with a downhill section before transitioning into a gentle climb on a gravel road leading to the Dzeu du Mâ ridge. Follow a relatively broad, picturesque trail as it winds its way through 300 metres of elevation difference. Take a right turn for a brief stretch on a dirt path that leads to the final section of the trail, which plunges into a valley where a mountain stream flows. Be careful not to take a literal plunge into the stream: part of the trail is very narrow and veering off-course might take a turn for the worse. Once you’ve left the forest, continue to the village of Champsec and then follow the Dranse river to Le Châble.
    The circuit up in La Pasay is more technical than the downhill section between Moay and Le Châble. It’s easy to adjust the route by only doing one part of it or by combining it with, for example, routes 18 (expert), 16 or 19 (beginner or uphill).
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    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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