2021 Edition

Only in 2021: the Pass'Portes du Soleil MTB will take place over 2 weekends

    To cope with the COVID measures and restrictions imposed by the French State and the Swiss Confederation, the organisation is adapting the event. The participants will be spread over 2 weekends to avoid large gatherings. The MTB Show is postponed to 2022.

    Participants in the Pass'Portes MTB and the ePassPortes epowered by Bosch will have the opportunity to indicate whether they wish to change the date. Participation will be possible on 19, 20 June or 25, 26, 27 June 2021.

    Participants to Night Ride, Pedestrian Pass'Portes and KIDS Pass'Portes will not change their date. 

    Find more informations about the sanitary measures for 2021.



    The MTB Pass'Portes du Soleil is a mountain-bike ride ranging from 1000 to 2250m in altitude, in both France and Switzerland, where you can discover the fabulous Portes du Soleil MTB terrain and its grandiose scenery.

    The 80 km circuit use 13th lifts. Different variations will be organized for mountain bikers wishing to cycle up hill. The trek takes one day, and participants can choose whether to ride it on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.


Download the Portes du Soleil Summer App!


You will find:

  • Access to the different routes of the event: Pass'Portes du Soleil MTB, ePass'Portes, Pass'Portes pédestre, test
  • Emergency module: call PC race, call 112 (France), 144 (Switzerland)
  • Living and entertainment info
  • Competition Game
  • Location and orientation on the detailed maps thanks to the GPS of your smartphone,
  • Description of routes and points of interest on the itinerary,
  • Altimetric profile location
  • Route tracking alert to be notified if you move away from the route,
  • Sending SMS predefined messages to your contacts,
  • Emergency module: triggering a call or sending an emergency SMS in the event of a problem,
  • Weather in 5 days,
  • Addition of realizations and reports
  • Share on social networks
  • English / French version
  • Integrated purchase of the IGN (France) and Swisstopo (Switzerland) maps of the territory