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The Vallnord Bike Park is the biggest and most fully equipped park in southern Europe with great terrain, stunning views and local rider, Cedric Gracia as the man behind many of the developments.
There are currently 11 downhill routes with different technical difficulty levels, including the official circuits of the ATB World Cup, suitable for young beginners as well as more experienced parents and they can all be accessed by the mechanical ski lifts.
At Vallnord there is also space for cross country. This shown by the fact that a lot of high level competition races have been held and will be held in the future, The Andorra Small States Games, The World Cup, the next World Cup race, Maxxis Cup and Catalan Cup races, among others. The winding, technical and very demanding Vallnord circuits and routes, situated at more than 2,000 metres altitude, also make this sport a real challenge and give added incentive for all those who decide to try it.
Bike Trial Area
The bike park now boasts a zone with different levels for practising bike trial, the only area of its kind in the Pyrenees. It is geared both to beginners and professionals, clubs and federations who want to train in a privileged environment and with facilities specially designed to help development right from the start.
Four Cross (4x)
With the World Cup in mind the most famous four cross super constructor in the world, and official constructor of all the four cross on the world cup circuit, the Briton Phil Saxena, has designed to be modified and improved of the Vallnord four cross, creating a really wild circuit.
You can get to the Wood park from the Serra II chair lift at the Pla de La Cot walking downwards from the chair lift. It winds between the woods. Our technicians and specialists have designed this circuit full of footbridges, jumps, bankings and gaps always making sure it is accessible for most riders although the most demanding and experienced ones will also find their "point". Recently, the Wood park has been extended with new circuits that have been constructed around it, which also include jumps and footbridges along their routes. All these circuits make a spectacular framework.
Published: 10 July 2019
Stepping up to the plate was Rachel Atherton and Loic Bruni, throwing down incredible winning runs to prove their worth.
Published: 5 July 2019
Altitude in Andorra! Marcelo Gutierrez steps into the thin air of Vallnord for the 2019 Course Preview.
Published: 13 July 2018
Drop in with Brendan Fairclough and get an uncut GoPro course preview from one of the steepest downhill tracks at the Vallnord Andorra World Cup.
Published: 28 June 2017
Ride and slide with Claudio Caluori and Brook Macdonald take on a slippery and steep Vallnord course that has them on their limit!
Please note: Distance is calculated as air distance or "as the crow flies" the most direct route between two points, so the distance by road maybe slightly longer.
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