Cross-country skiing

Mont-Crosin - Les Bises

Mont-Crosin – La Bise de Cortébert

Winter Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin
Winter Mont-Soleil/Mont-Crosin. © Jura bernois Tourisme
  • Length
    • 5 km
  • Ascents | Descents
    • 30 m | 59 m
    Ascents | Descents
  • Technical | Fitness level
    • Sporty | Moderatly difficult
    Technical | Fitness level

Easy route to reach the Bise de Cortébert from Mont-Crosin

In a quiet nature, between fir trees and wooded pastures, this trail leads from the Mont-Crosin pass to the Bise de Cortébert, where a break for a coffee or a tea will be well-earned after crossing these snowy landscapes. Close to the wind turbines of Mont-Crosin, this trail is ideal for those who want to learn cross-country skiing. This 5 kilometer long, rather flat trail allows you to discover what skating and classic styles are.

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''
  • City start
    • Mont-Crosin
    City end
    • La Bise de Cortébert
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