Mountain Biking (9)
Dominical MTB with tot
We decided to do the same route as last week but with the wind hoped there would be no walkers on it, which was the case.
MTB with totster
We wanted to ride the single to the Cascade to Craponoz, a huge waterfall behind the house. We climbed via the Champ Bertin as far as the reservoirs behind Beauregard.
Coteaux de Crolles
A short tour before the storm to test out the boy's new fully suspended MTB. All good although we didn't ride the staircase.
From the hamlet of le Civet climb the route de Bois to les Massons then the reservoirs of St Ismier. From the reservoirs take the right fork towards the Col de Faita.
Pierre Champ Bertin
From the Reservoirs of the Fontaine Bonnet on the St Nazaire -> St Hilaire road follow the Chemin de la Communeaux unsurfaced road downhill for a couple of hundred meters.
Le No Name
From the reservoirs follow the broken tarmac road towards the Tour d'Arces. The track is very steep, around 15%. Continue past the tower and continue to the Pierre Grosse.
No Name + Pierre Champ Bertin
No Name: From St Ismier climb to the Tour d'Arces (medieval watch tower) then take the Pierre Grosse trail. After the Pierre Grosse the "No Name" is on the left.
Côteau de Crolles
This route is in the Chartreuse Regional Park behind the small town of Crolles about 20km north of Grenoble. It forms a dumbell.
Côteau de la Terrasse by the valley
From Crolles Town Hall take cycle path to the Chateau de Bernis then track to les Echelles.
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