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Châ-Nada video shot in July 2022 | © Copyright OWLAPS



Châ-Nada is part of one of the most full-on and difficult black trails in Châtel bike park. It's made for very good riders, as the trail alternates between big jumps (with chicken lines) and very technical, steep section which are full of roots and large steps. All of which makes the trial very physical. But we'll let you watch the preview to give yourself a better idea of what we're talking about!

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


Like many of the black trails in Châtel, Châ-Nada is accessed from Serpentine, a blue trail. After taking the left jump line on Serpentine you enter Châ-Nada in the woods on the left and are meet with a steep and technical section right away. Make sure you watch our trail preview to give yourself a better understanding of what we are talking about!

There is no details available on how to access Châ-Nada.

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

Very difficult

Bike Type: Downhill / Freeride

Direction: Downhill only
Usage: Biking only

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