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Enduro 23 (expert) Vallon d'Arbi

in Bruson, Bagnes

11.5 km
  • Wild and technical, the Vallon d’Arbi is as magnificent a route in summer as it is in winter.

  • You can access the route from Les Attelas and the Lac des Vaux (please note: maintenance works in summer 2021) or from the Route de La Planie and the Col des Mines.
    From Fontanet, a short, steep climb on the ski slopes takes you to Les Attelas. The trail begins on the Les Attelas ridge in the direction of the Col du Creblet pass (please note: this area is particularly exposed to the elements). From the pass, head down towards the Lac des Vaux. Continue downhill below the lake towards the...
    You can access the route from Les Attelas and the Lac des Vaux (please note: maintenance works in summer 2021) or from the Route de La Planie and the Col des Mines.
    From Fontanet, a short, steep climb on the ski slopes takes you to Les Attelas. The trail begins on the Les Attelas ridge in the direction of the Col du Creblet pass (please note: this area is particularly exposed to the elements). From the pass, head down towards the Lac des Vaux. Continue downhill below the lake towards the Col des Mines pass, then follow the path on the left side of the Vallon d’Arbi valley towards La Tzoumaz. This narrow and pebbly trail is a real treat.
    Continue to La Tzoumaz via the road when you reach the end of the valley.
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    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
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