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Vorachatack is a black trail located at the top of the Châtel bike park. The trail is not very steep and there are plenty of burms with good flow between them for you to enjoy on your way down. As you get towards the middle of the trail you enter the jump section with drops, tables and a road gap. Make sure you check out our preview to know exactly where you need to let off the brakes!

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To get to the start of Vorachatac head to the top of Châtel bike park. You have to take the Pierre-Longue and Rochassons chairlifts to get there. Once at the top, the start of the trail is on your left, just next to the Vink Line.

There is no details available on how to access Vorachatak.

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


Bike Type: Downhill / Freeride

Direction: Downhill only
Usage: Biking only

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