which tracks are open today ?
There are three downhill trails in Leysin. The start is on La Berneuse at 2048m of altitude. All the tracks start with the same trail called » LISIN « , this flow trail start right under the KUKLOS restaurant and was totally rebuild this fall. Then when you arrive near the lake of Aï you could choose to go to Mayen where you will find the national DH track or straight on the right where you could choose between the « BEGINNER LINE » and » Joux d’Aï » who is a ninety percent natural trail in the woods.
Descending time is approximately of 10min with 700m of negative elevation.
Have fun !
LISIN | blue – Smooth track
The "Lisin" track starts just below the KUKLOS revolving restaurant. It starts with beautiful curves in the natural terrain and then the flow accelerates with many raised turns, whoops and rollerblades. The view of the Tour d'Aï and its lake is simply magical, stop for a moment to enjoy this magnificent panorama during your run.
Poteaux | red – dh track
The "Poteaux" trail starts from Mayen. This track mixes the natural technical terrain, raised turns and jumps. With its flow and its technical and rocky passages, it will perfectly suit riders with a good level of DH and who like real Donwhill tracks.
Nérine | blue – jump line
Located just after the "Poteaux" track, the " Nérine " jump line will allow you to get some fresh air while enjoying the view of Leysin and the Dents du Midi. Fluid and fast, this track allows beginners and experienced riders alike to have fun on jumps thanks to its reassuring tables.
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Joux d’aï | red – natural & tech
This trail is the first one opened in Leysin. Used in 2001 and 2002 for the DH World Cup, it remained very natural with many technical passages in forests. The addition of a few doubles and berms in the open sections makes it more fun than before. A perfect track for Enduro and natural terrain enthusiasts.
Beginner line | green track
This route runs along the winter ski slopes and allows beginners to take their first steps on a downhill bike. Borrowing from wide forest roads and passing through fields, this route, equipped with a few raised footbridges and bends, will suit all those who have their hearts firmly fixed on it all the same.
Mayen's track RAW
RAW video shot in autumn 2018 on Mayen's track.
leysin bike park location
how to come ?
Leysin Bike park is located Above the village of Leysin, in the swiss alps.
Nearest airport ?
By Car (90min)
Motorway A1 towards Lausanne then A9 in the direction of Gd- St Bernard. Exit the motorway at Aigle and take the mountain road towards Leysin.
Highlight : View on the lake from the motorway.
Tips : A GPS can be useful.
By Train (120min)
Take the IR90 towards Brig. Change in Aigle for the mountain train Aigle-Leysin. In Leysin go out in Leysin-Feydey (3rd stop).
Highlight : One of the train trips with the best views in the world
Swiss Railway App (schedules):
By Car (180min)
Motorway A1 towards Berne then A12 in the direction Fribourg then Vevey. Exit the motorway at Aigle and take the mountain road towards Leysin.
Highlight : View on the Leman lake during the way down to Vevey.
Tips : A GPS can be useful.
By Train (225min)
There is no fixed schedules from Zürich Airport, you need to check the timetable of the Swiss Train Company.