Starting from 29th June our resorts are open at weekends while from 27th July to 1st September they are open every day.
Limone Bike Resort is located within the “Riserva Bianca” ski area and winds along 400 Km of trails of varying difficulty that lead you from the mountain to the seaside following the historical “Via del Sale” (The Salt Route). This area is characterised by uncontaminated nature and breathtaking views that make this place unique and extraordinary for those who love cycling! Using the “Bottero” cablecar (from Limone) as well as the “Cabanaira” chair lift (from Limone 1400) you can easily reach the enduro, freeride and all-mountain trails. There are refreshment points and solarium areas available at the “I Laghetti” alpine hut (reachable by Bottero cablecar).
From 9.30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (in case of bad weather conditions such operating times could be interrupted)
– Daily mountain bike fare € 16,00
– One-way ticket with optional way back € 10,00
– Junior one-way ticket with optional way back (for those born after 01/01/2009) € 5,00
– Baby one-way ticket with optional way back (for those born after 01/01/2013) Free
– Inbound ticket € 6,00
– Season Ticket € 140,00
The ticket is issued on an electronic card (My Limone Card) at the cost of € 2 (deposit) and it can also be recharged the following seasons or else be returned at the cashier at the end of the day. Those who already have such a card are advised to bring it along to reacharge it.
MTB AND E-BIKE RENT
Limone village, departure “Bottero” cablecar: Botteroski (tel 0171.92274)
Limone Quota 1400, departure “Cabanaira” chiar lift: Botteroski (tel 0171.92274), Laboratorio Sci Tosello (tel 347.4898152).
All the 4 enduro routes start from the arrival of the “Bottero” cablecar and can be joined to the beautiful path that from Baita 2000, passing past the “Capanna Niculin” hut, the Terrasole Lake and “I Laghetti”, reaches the cablecar. The freeride trail leaves from the Cabanaira chair lift after a short transfer on the 3 easy Colle di Tenda route (military road). The path winds along the ridge of the mountain on a wide grassy territory, which is very varied and includes also a small ford and stony stretches. At the end there is the Napoleon Gallery and then a strech of paved road brings you back to Limone 1400. All the all-mountain and GPX routes can be downloaded from the site www.limone-on.com.
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