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3 - Cross-country - Blue - Le Verney

at Aussois

  • This itinerary features two great uphill sections but nevertheless remains accessible to intermediate mountain bikers. The Sardières monolith makes an interesting place to stop for a break.

  • The first climb takes you up to Sardières and, beyond the village, the famous monolith. After this geological curiosity you'll reach the resort of Aussois before descending to the banks of the Arc. You'll then need a bit of muscle power to climb back up to Bramans.
    The Sardières monolith is a relatively straight vertical structure of cargneule rock which rises to a height of 93 metres above the ground. These dolomitic limestone rocks are hard and compact, standing up to the erosion which...
    The first climb takes you up to Sardières and, beyond the village, the famous monolith. After this geological curiosity you'll reach the resort of Aussois before descending to the banks of the Arc. You'll then need a bit of muscle power to climb back up to Bramans.
    The Sardières monolith is a relatively straight vertical structure of cargneule rock which rises to a height of 93 metres above the ground. These dolomitic limestone rocks are hard and compact, standing up to the erosion which has cleared the site of the less resistant rocks that once surrounded the monolith.

    Departs from: Plan de la Crois, Val Cenis Bramans, or Val Cenis.
  • Departure from the cross
  • Plain text period
    From 01/05 to 01/11.

    Subject to favorable snow and weather conditions.
  • Environment

    • In the forest
    • In the mountains
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  • Documentation

    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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