There are thirteen of them in total, varying in length and difficulty, they are designed for both adults and children and are available for guests this fall.
“All cycling routes are divided into three levels - simple ones that are suitable even for those who have just mastered a bicycle. Medium difficulty for those who ride confidently, and difficult for those with experience of riding on mountain slopes. The routes are accessible for children over 125 centimeters tall on children's bicycles. For kids, there are bicycle trailers that join their parents' bicycles,” said Dmitry Lopatin, head of the RidersAdventure project, organizer of cycling tours to Rosa Khutor.
A novelty of this season at the resort is the eight-kilometer Lake Traverse cycling route. It runs from the Mountain Olympic Village to the alpine lakes. On the way, you can visit the ethnographic estate "Shishin Dvor", visit the Husky farm, the Reindeer farm and Wake Park. The bike path was improved - the dirt road was changed to asphalt - so the ride along the Lake Traverse became much more comfortable.
From the Rosa Khutor resort, you can take a bike ride to the Kharginsky forest, visit the Narzan Valley, the Sacred Grove, the Khmelevskie lakes and ride along the ancient Silk Road.