Two lifts (a cable-car and chairlift) provide access to eight descent runs for all levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced). These routes total more than 18 kilometres and offer a slope of almost 1000 metres on signposted trails, coinciding with winter ski areas. They provide a new way of discovering Sierra Nevada in summer.
Vertical drop: 235m
DH - Blue (average)
El Río route
Vertical drop: 545m
DH - Red (difficult)
This route begins at an altitude of 2900 metres and, after a first stretch of steep zigzagging, it reaches the first jumps area. Before descending to Borreguiles, there is the option of reaching the “low mountain pass”, which provides access to the lake. From here, you can enjoy impressive views of the Tajos de la Virgen Mountains. From this point to the bottom, the terrain is ideal for gaining speed with wide, safe slopes and a second line of jumps. This route can also continue along the river.
El Río route
Just like in winter, this is the most popular Bike Park route. Due to its length, accessibility and frequency, the El Río Route is suitable for bikers of intermediate and advanced skill level. It starts at Borreguiles and passes the water pools used to produce artificial snow and the lower Stadium chair lift station where you can dive into an alternating jump and slope zone with steep sections all the way to Pradollano.
This route runs parallel to the river, following the run of the same name. It maintains the slope of the piste and its final difficulty will depend on the route established by the designers. It finishes at the El Río Route with the intermediate jumps area.
Fuente Alta route | Cross Country (XC)
This cross country route is located at Fuente Alta between the forest that stretches from the entrance of the residential area of Pradollano. It is a closed circuit with technically demanding areas.
Access to this route, 8.6 kilometres in length, is free. It was the setting for cross country events in the Mountain Biking World Championships at Sierra Nevada in 2000.