LA PLAGNE VR

Montalbert
Piste: Mur des Adrets

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Pros
  • Link from Montalbert
  • Alternative to Adrets
  • More direct than Adrets
  • Usually quiet
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Cons
  • More a link run
  • Access by slow Adrets chair
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Distance & elevation


Length: 0.3km / 0.2m
Start alt: 1890m
End alt: 1795m
Vert drop: 95m
Max gradient: 26°
Graded: Red

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Mur des Adrets is a very short red run which feeds off the bottom of the Adrets blue piste – the most common route for getting over to the main area from Montalbert. This short pitch is accessed by taking a right just as the Adrets blue opens out after following a flat pathway through the trees. It’s a fairly unremarkable short run down to the base of the Adrets and Envers chairs. Coupled with the fact the Adrets chair is one of the slowest in the area, it’s unlikely you’ll find yourself lapping this run – but it does provide another way down from Montalbert into the main area. At the bottom, you can either ride back up on Adrets, catch the Envers chair up to Aime or follow Cornegidouille down to the base at La Roche – where you can take the long Roche chair up to Aime 2000.

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