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Charbonniers and Grande Corniche

Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

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Kranked that is. Downhill, rocky, single track, rocky again, very technical, no rest, mega down, maybe 700m. Long (between 30 min and 1 hour and a half to get to the bottom depending on the technique of the rider and the bike..)
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Trail Directions
When going to the Fort de la Revere by the paved road, you'll see a curb 90 degrees to the right and in the elbow, a path going upwards to the left. After climbing 100m, go in front through the forest, follow the paved path and follow the directions which say Charbonniers. When arrived down to the col des 4 chemins, go to the parc departemental du vinaigrier by taking a road to your left while going towards Nice, and ask for Grande Corniche if you don't see the trail. After the first rocky trail, go to the left following a sand path and when reaching a forest turn down to the right to a very technique trail until you arrive in Nice.
Trail Length
like, many miles
Trail Level
Trail Type
Singletrack & Fire Roads
Eze (la Turbie then arrive in Nice)

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Review Date
February 9, 2001

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Once a week

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Reviewed by: Bruce , from St Laurent, FRANCE

Only for Xtrmers ! Technique is needed. Some parts are very rocky. Need a good, solid bike and good brakes.
Long and has different scenic point of views : over the sea, through the woods, rocky landscapes and co..
You like to explore, like the free ride and have a good level, go for it !

Recommended Route:
Go to the col des 4 chemins, follow the roas upwards to the Fort and find the entrance in the road curb..

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Fort de la Revre is also very good.

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