The bikepark shapers and the lift maintenance team in Les Gets have made every effort to offer a safe opening of part of their summer lift network from next Saturday 30th May for the weekend (including Monday) and then each weekend until continuous opening of the full area from 20th June.
Les Gets Bikepark also remind us that the information regarding their opening next weekend is subject to change on a daily basis in light of the directives provided by the government. You’re advised to check this specific page on the Les Gets Bikepark website for updates.
Here’s all the details you need for next weekend…
The lift pass office at the Chavannes will be open on the afternoon of Friday 29th May for season passes, however you’re encouraged to buy your pass online to limit your contact with others. If this isn’t possible, it’s recommended that you buy your season pass with a credit or debit card at the counter to avoid cash transactions.
The lifts open during his pre-season session are the Chavannes Express between 9am and 5.30pm and the Nauchets Express between 9.15am and 5.20pm.
The following trails will be open:
– Roue Libre
– Four Cross
– The Shore
– Les Ecureuils
– The mini jump park
– The coaching track
To ensure regulations regarding social distancing, barrier gestures and sanitation are observed, a number of procedures have been established in the Les Gets Bikepark to ensure the good health of all. You’ll find markings on the ground to indicate physical distancing in waiting areas. Additionally, to respect the health service and limits on the number of hospital beds in our area, the most accident-prone trails of the Bikepark have been closed. You’ll find Hydroalcoholic gel at the cash desks and in the bike wash area, while staff will regularly disinfect surfaces that come into contact with customers.
Les Gets Bikepark reminds riders that you should only travel within 100km of your home (as the crow flies) to ride your bike next weekend. If you need to check your own distance, click here.
The Les Gets Bikepark asks all riders to be very careful on the trails and to follow the rules. You should respect the barrier gestures we’re all now used to, whilst keeping a minimum of 10m distance between two riders on the trails. On lifts you must be a minimum of 1.5 metres apart. There should also be no sharing of individual requipment such as helmets, gloves, your bike, etc.
Children under 1.25m unaccompanied by a person from the same household will not be allowed to use the lifts.