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A cyclist trains on the Prato Nevoso bike park

The Bike Park of Prato Nevoso

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Matteo Corradi
Jul 21, 2017
Prato Nevoso is one of the most loved skiing resorts in Piedmont during the winter season, but is also offers excellent tourist attractions during the summer.

One of the attractions that renders this destination especially popular during the summer months is the largest bike park in Piedmont: a well-equipped and innovative centre, ideal both for those who want to get involved with the world of biking in the mountains, as well as for those who are looking for a good dose of adrenaline.

Open from June, this bike park comes into its own from July to September, when it can be reached by the chair lift of Blu di Prato from 10:00-18:00 or the chair lift of Monte Moro a Soprana from 9:30-17:30.

This is a modern facility with well-cared for trails, excellent banks and fine-tuned jumps, and which was born of an idea by a group of friends who shared a love of bikes and mountains.

Visitors are welcomed by young staff members who are passionate and attentive, able to offer assistance and to carefully explain the techniques of descent to those who want to gain confidence with the Downhill but without reaching excessive speeds.

The park is also not lacking in more challenging slopes for more experienced bikers, with dips in sequence, panettone in series, woops and obstacles of every type.

And what about the equipment? For those who do not own a suitable bike or are not able to transport it themselves, bicycles can naturally be rented on site, with all the technical assistance required.

To conclude the experience in the best possible way, after a day of facing the slopes of the mountain, visitors can enjoy a well-earned relax in the lodge situated in the middle of the pistes, sipping an aperitif and admiring the splendid panorama of the Piedmont mountains.

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