For information on individual itineraries and bike parks, see our mountain biking routes.
Depending on how much lift access you prefer, you'll want to take a look at our summer lift pass prices page, where you can guage how much a full area PDS pass is, or just individual passes in Morzine or Avoriaz.
Don't forget that summer in the Alps is very hot, so as well as all your biking clobber pack plenty of sun screen! And if you don't have all the gear, you can rent it all when you get here either through your accommodation provider or through local sports shops or mountain bike guides.
Lift Access for Mountain Bikes
The lifts are open from mid June until mid September and have specifically adapted racks or hooks for your bikes allowing you spend more of your time riding incredible alpine terrain rather dragging yourself up steep inclines (unless that's what you like!)
Lift passes can be bought at the lift stations on an individual ascent basis. However if you're here for a few days and are going up and down many times during your stay, it's more economical to purchase a Portes du Soleil lift pass which gives you unlimited access to the whole PDS area. You have the option of buying consecutive or non consecutive passes.