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Bike Patrollers video shot in June 2022 | © Copyright OWLAPS




Bike Patrollers is a blue trail located at the entrance of Les 2 Alpes, opposite the Venosc trail.
The trail starts off through wide-open fields, down a ski run, without too many features. It is quite basic, with big straight lines and flat turns. Once this part is over, the atmosphere changes: you head into the undergrowth and this is where the real track begins, with small tables and big berms. It's easy to control your speed, push where you want to and ease off if you feel uncomfortable. For more experienced riders, a red variant called Red Line crosses the trail several times, which allows you to mix up your run as you like.

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


The start of Bike Patrollers is not located directly at the top of a lift. To get there, take the Diable chairlift, then ride down the beginning of the green trail "L'Ange" to a junction (visible at 4:15 in the video of L'Ange). At this junction, leave the "L'Ange" trail and turn right towards the Village 1800 chairlift and the restaurant "La Patache". The start of the trail is located between these two landmarks. You will see the start arch.

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

This trail is part of 2 Alpes Bike Park™; you might find more info about how to access to Bike Patrollers on the riding area page.


Bike Type: Downhill / Freeride, Enduro / All-mountain

Direction: Downhill only
Usage: Biking only

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