The

E-Grand Tour

feel in heaven riding
amongst the mountain gods

Day 1

Arrival in Aosta.

Day 2

Our first day on the bike is dedicated to the best natural trails in Pila to get into the flow of things. Taking advantage of the chair lifts we’ll get to high altitude trails.

Day 3

From Aosta we take advantage with the shuttle to where we’ll start pedaling upwards to conquer the top and enjoy another gratifying view before riding down, coasting along a mellow trail beside an old river all the way back to town.

Altitude Gain: 1100 m
Descent: 2000m

Day 4

Good times! We start the day with a transfer the group to the Valtournenche valley where we’ll have an espresso before continuing our adventure on our bikes, taking advantage with some lifts to ride up and down all the valley to Cervinia where we’ll stop for lunch. In the afternoon we’ll keep riding at the foot of the famous Matterhorn before riding back where we started in the morning!

Altitude Gain: 600/700m
Descent: 1900m

Day 5

During this week you’ll have seen the Mont Blanc many times, but not quite the way you’ll see it today! We’ll be spending our day in Courmayeur, well known for skiing but also really good for biking. We’re going to show you the best single tracks of this magnificent area.

Altitude Gain: 900/1100m
Descent: 1100m

Day 6

To put the cherry on top and finish in style we’ll be riding the magnificent natural trails around Aosta. After all the effort our legs have put out, today we’ll reach all the trails with the shuttle and only at the group’s request we’ll pedal.

Day 7

Independent departure.

what is included

5 days professional MTB guide
All the transports required for the tour
Wine tasting
6 nights in hotels with breakfast

available on request

Bike Rentals
Airport Transfers

TOUR PRICE

1350.- / person

(price based on two sharing a room in 3* hotel)

1600.- / person

(price based on two sharing a room in 4* hotel)

If your group includes 4 or more people this tour can be booked at any time of the season.

REQUIRED SKILLS

Tech Level: ADVANCED

Fit Level: 2

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Technical & Fitness levels

We ask all riders to review the “Technical and Fitness Rating System” to ensure you are confident riding on the level required for the particular rides you are interested in joining!

Please read the following guidelines carefully to ensure the ride of interest matches your technical level and fitness prior to booking your ride.

TECHNICAL RATINGS

Novice You’re sporty and you’d like to give it a go! We’ll assess your capabilities and see if a mellow ride on dirt roads and some smooth single trails does you justice!
Intermediate
You own a mountain bike and ride two times per month and enjoy long rides on dirt roads. You’d like to better your skills on natural terrain get out there on the single trails.Intermediate +
Owning an MTB for quite some time and you ride a mix of dirt roads and single tracks. You try to ride as often as two times per week and you are moving into the hight mountain scenery.Advanced
The mountain calls and your bike is your trusty tool! Knowing your limits, you’re not afraid to face a challenge. You can deal with a natural mix of single trails with steep sections, some tight switch backs, off cambers, some roots and a couple rock gardens. You’ve ridden in the mountains, and when it’s better to get off the bike.Pro Bro
The radness attracts you! You’re a passionate Mountain Biker for years now and fond of the mountains. You understand the risk and know how to behave in difficult situations. Riding new alpine trails is cool because you know when to stop, look and assess the situation before dropping into something gnarly. Interested in big alpine tours and you’re cool with sleeping in mountain huts for two or three nights.

FITNESS RATINGS

1 You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row for an average of 2 hours of pedal time each day. You are capable of climbing up to 500 vertical meters in a day. Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training. 2 You are capable of riding in a day up to 4 hours of pedal time. You are confident climbing up to a total of 700 vertical meters in a day. Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.3 You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row at a moderate pace for an average of 3-4 hours of pedal time each day. You could handle adding in a day requiring up to 5 hours of pedal time. You can handle moderately steep climbs of up to a total of 1000 vertical meters in a day including hike-a-bike sections of more than 10 minutes. Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.4 You are capable of riding for multiple days for an average of 4-6 hours of pedal time each day. You can climb up to 1200 vertical meters each day for 2 days. You can push or carry your bike over long sections of steep technical trails (more than 20 minutes). Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.5 You are capable of riding for multiple days in a row for an average of 6-8 hours of pedal time each day. You can handle steep, sustained climbs of up to 1,500m each day for 6 days. You can push or carry your bike over long sections of steep technical trails (more than 40 minutes). Your exercise regime includes a combination of endurance training like riding a bike and strength training.

Book a Guide

If you book a guide directly from here, you will leave directly from THE PLACE by bike, the shuttle is not included and cannot be booked on the spot.

Private Lesson

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We point out that it is possible to book a lesson only 24 hours before the selected time, to guarantee our teachers the best organisation.

Group Lesson / Courses

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The transaction data will be linked to the first participant if multiple applied.