Cross-country skiing

Mont-Crosin - Les Bises

Mont-Crosin – La Bise de Cortébert

Winter Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin
  • Length

    • 5 km
  • Ascents | Descents

    • 30 m | 59 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Technical | Fitness level

    • Sporty | Moderatly difficult
    Technical | Fitness level

Near the Mont-Crosin wind turbines, this relatively accessible itinerary is ideal for people wishing to learn how to cross-country ski.

“ This place is ideal if you want to find out about skating or classic style. As many of us wanted to try out various types of ski, the day was split into two stages during which we ran through the pistes reserved for each discipline. Surrounded by a gorgeous winter landscape and in a relatively peaceful atmosphere because there were lots of us, it was a wonderful day and we had a great laugh when the beginners fell over. "


Good to know

Good to know
    • Ask for the Mt-Soleil - Mt-Crosin - Franches-Montagnes wintersport region brochure at Jura bernois Tourisme, St-Imier.
    • So we can keep the trails perfectly groomed, please get a "ski de fond" pass. Tickets to access the cross-country skiing pistes are available from Jura bernois Tourisme, St-Imier.
    • Other loop see PDF ''Les Bises 2''
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Winter Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin
Winter Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin. © Jura bernois Tourisme


Hôtel-Restaurant Chalet Mont-Crosin
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Mont-Crosin - Les Bises
Mont-Crosin - Les Bises