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Mountain Biking in the Tarentaise ski areas

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Great thank you. Looking forward to it; it's always difficult to gauge prior to going what's challenging enough to be fun but not off the scale for them.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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@RobH2017, We have done this with the kids, but unless your 9 year old is very good. Much safer to walk very carefully down this section and even then it is very steep and not easy to walk with a bike if you are heading for the Petit Saint bernard pass. Might be easier to drive round and make a nice ride on the track down to the valley and come up on the bus. The kids really enjoyed the long route.You will need to check out the bus timetable. Also for rafting. Try contacting River Runners in Bourg. I have done the rafting in Chamonix and Bourg and it is much more fun for the kids in Bourg. They might even be to young for the main section in Chamonix. Would be good to know about there age limits for next time we go there for some rafting if you have that info.
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They might even be to young for the main section in Chamonix. Would be good to know about there age limits for next time we go there for some rafting if you have that info.


Thanks for the advice, all noted and into the plan. Yes the age limit for the main section in Chamonix is 10 but the lower section is 7 so we were looking at maybe doing that. If we could find somewhere in Bourg (will look at River Runners) then in Chamonix we'll probably do a half day canyoning with Evolution 2 which you can do as a private group from age 8; We have more time in Chamonix than we do in La Ros so I may make the most of the mountain biking in the Tarentaise and do the water sports in Cham as well as a walk up to Lac Blanc from Col Des Montets (although the Flegere is shut this summer so descent will either be to Argentiere or back to Col D M). Lots to choose from and only so much time. We also have 2 nights at Grand St Bernard and are booked in to walk the St Bernards from the kennels.
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