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Mountain bike route above Pralognan-la-Vanoise

The wooden gate marked VTT is for loading mountain bikes onto the chairlift.

Mountain bike trail in summer, ski piste in winter.

VTT (Mountain Bike) trail sign in the Pralognan-la-Vanoise ski area

Tracks in the Pralognan-la-Vanoise ski area

Short riverside track to a footbridge by the trees in the mid-distance

No motor vehicles in the village of Les Prioux - but it's the start of a track which runs for a long way parallel to the road down the Chaviere valley.

No cycling in the Vanoise National Park - but the addendum says that mountain bikes are allowed up this dirt road as far as the Péclet-Polset hut.

No unauthorised vehicles - but in fact mountain bikes are allowed up the dirt road.

It's really a ski shop, but in summer it rents out bikes (and e-bikes)

Electro-assist mountain bikes for rent in Pralognan-la-Vanoise

Mountain bike route sign

This riverside path is marked as a mountain bike route

Mountain bike route signs

Riverside mountain bike route

No cycling in the Parc National de la Vanoise

No Entry Except Residents, but also two cycle route signs.

Old bridge not even fit for pedestrians now? It could be a pleasant little loop and layby for cyclists.

Gravel tracks on both sides of the river

Mountain biking group on a track parallel to the valley road.

No Cycling sign in the Vanoise national park

Mountain bike route in the Vanoise national park

New mountain bike stands ready for use.

Road space handed over to pedestrians - but what about cyclists?

Mountainbike access to the Mont Bochor cable car, Pralognan en Vanoise

Bollard to force mountainbikers to dismount (and to keep cows off) - link between two jeep tracks.

I believe this is meant to be cycle parking.

Mountain bikes for rent in Pralognan-en-Vanoise

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