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Bike Patrol is a black trail in the lower part of Châtel bike park, and its name honours the work of all the bike patrollers in the area. Bike Patrol is a typical DH track to start off, rough lines, roots and a few jumps thrown in too. Then things get steeper, to go steep, with roots and steep corners, make sure you pick your lines well here! Finally, on the lower section, where the trail exits the woods, you have to navigate some loose screed before joining Ric and Rac.

"A video is worth 1.8 million words", so watch our trail video!


You get to the start of Bike Patrol by following Serpentine, the trail on your right as you get off the Pierre Longue chairlift. Ride along Serpentine, go past the start of Gueps, Dré dans l'Pentu and Coup de Fouet. Look out for the 4th trail on your right, this is the beginning of the Bike Patrol.

There is no details available on how to access Bike Patrol.

This trail is part of Châtel bike park; you might find more info about how to access to Bike Patrol on the riding area page.

Very difficult

Bike Type: Downhill / Freeride

Direction: Downhill only
Usage: Biking only

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