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In total, the combined length of the three Levasset sections is around 5km with the run flowing from Roche de Mio all the way down to the base of the main Champagny area (to the top of the Les Bois red run back to the village). It is a hugely enjoyable route and popular with riders of all abilities – though it is particularly well-suited to intermediates. The mid section of the run starts just after the Plateau de Carella rope tow, effectively linking the Roche de Mio and Champagny sectors. There’s nothing particularly challenging about this part of the run other than trying to keep enough speed to get over the flat section around the Les Killis restaurant. As this area forms a crossing point between the Tome, Quillis and Levasset runs the mountain patrollers always put up a succession of barriers at the bottom of these runs to try and force riders to drop their speed and help avoid accidents. It’s a good idea as this junction can get very busy – but it really doesn’t help in terms of keeping your speed. At the bottom, you have options to take the Quillis chair over to the Bellecôte / Belle Plagne side, the Carella chair back up to Roche de Mio or the third section of the Levasset piste which drops away just to the left of the restaurant.
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