Monday, 20 September 2021 11:14

Eco-friendly non-ski activities launch this winter with Oxygene Ski School – MoonBikes and E-Biking

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Oxygene Ski and Snowboard School has launched two new non-ski activities for this winter for anyone visiting the resorts of La Plagne and Val d’Isère.

MoonBikes (, a completely new concept, are fully electric snowmobiles, but without the noise and pollution. They are easy to ride and lighter than a snowmobile, but can still get up to speeds in excess of 40 km/h.
The Oxygene sessions are fully guided and start after the ski lifts have closed down in the early evening. They allow riders to explore the resort of La Plagne in a completely different way, turning the entire mountain into a playground.
MoonBikes are offered exclusively by Oxygene in La Plagne & Belle Plagne. Suitable for age 16 and over. Price: 90 Euros per person for a one hour guided session, including equipment.

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An Electric Winter…
Oxygene offers fully guided E-Mountain biking sessions with a qualified professional that take riders across the terrain around Val d’Isère once the lifts have closed. E-biking is a booming sport and with winter tyres, they are surprisingly easy and stable to ride in most snow conditions.
Winter E-Mountain bike sessions are suitable for individuals and families with children over the age of 8. The bikes are set up ‘Enduro style’ and are easy to navigate across the snow.
Price: 39 Euros for a one hour guided session, including equipment. A 2 hour guided trip to watch the sunrise or sunset costs 79 Euros per person, including equipment.

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Julien Favre, Oxygene Director, said: “Oxygene has always tried to surprise its clients through new activities and because of the very strange winter we had with Covid last year, we were inspired to think of new ideas and then MoonBikes came along. They are so much fun to ride and of course much more eco-friendly and quiet. As well as the MoonBikes, the E-Bikes on snow is something we know guests in Val d’Isère will love. It’s great fun and actually not difficult if you already ride a bike, because the tyres are so good and the power in the bikes makes it much easier, going up or down. We’re really looking forward to a winter of activities in the mountains!”