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The "Dré dans l’Pentu" trail in Châtel bike park is clearly a black run. And, as the name suggests in French, it goes straight down!
This trail starts with a series of small jumps, good flow and is not too steep. Then things start to change, as the trail plunges into the roots and the run turns steep. This is clearly a downhill trail, with a large selection of lines choice. There are occasional small drops to help give your arms a break, before diving back into the two hundred roots that litter the trail. Towards the end of the trail things turn a little steeper, but the roots disappear (a little bit), letting you push hard into the burms.
The trail links to the Ric et Rac, and the Zougouloukata.
"A video is worth 1.8 million words", so watch our trail video!
The trail entrance of the Dré dans l'Pentu is located on the Serpentine trail (accessible via the Pierre Longue chairlift). The start is on the right, a few meters after the Gueps track.
There is no details available on how to access Dré dans l'Pentu.
Bike Type: Downhill / Freeride
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