The Verbier E-Bike Week-Ends offer 2 E-Bike Discovery Trails allowing you to enjoy an outdoor experience like no other. Total immersion in the unspoilt nature of the Valais. Alone or with family and friends enjoy your own, tailor made discovery trail. It’s not just an e-bike rental, it’s an experience.
Swiss law states that you must be over 16 years old to ride an e-bike. It is permitted for children between the ages 14-16 if they possess a moped driving license.
Tours: The Verbier E-Bike Week-Ends offer 2 different Discovery Trails for everyone. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, you will find your ideal tour.
For those looking for an easier and more relaxed outing, check out the Schlerondes blue trail that brings you through Verbier. Mainly on gravel paths, they require little technical skill and offer wonderful mountain views the entire way.
The Marlène red trail is perfect for those who want to challenge themselves. With simple and technical trail sections as well as long descents, you can really harness the potential of your E-bike!
|19th June - 19th September 2021 Wednesday to Sunday|
|Start & Finish : Verbier Shop FWT (Rue Médran 7 - Verbier)|
|Open to all (beginner to advanced)|
2 full day loops
|Parcours Découverte Blue : Schlerondes - 33 km - +/-1145m elevation|
|Parcours Découverte Red : La Marlène - 32 km - +1220m / -1906m elevation|
|Use of ski lifts Red loop|
|From 39 CHF (Helmet use is mandatory. Helmets are not provided.)|
- Discover or re-discover the joy of e-bikes
- Breathe taking landscapes
- Marked and prepared trails for every level
- Special deals in restaurants around the trails
- A well-earned after-bike
- Medical and technical assistance if needed
- A great experience to share with family or friends in the outdoors.
- Difficulty: Blue / Red
For the more athletic among you, the Specialized Turbo Levo SL is an ultra light and dynamic e-bike that offers great agility on winding terrain without compromising its range. Less powerful than traditional e-bikes Its soft, linear assistance assists you on the climbs while getting closer to the sensations of muscular mountain biking in the descent. If you want more information, go here
Technical tracks, Single tracks
Forest sections, roots & rocks