We meet at 10 am to start our adventure with a talk about safety and handling the bicycles, and then begin our journey.
Slight ascents and descents will fill us with adrenaline, advancing long routes in a short time.
Balcón y Cascada de los Duendes (Half Day)
Difficulty level: Low
Distance: 15 km
Minimum Age: 10 years.
Colonia Suiza through Arroyo Casa de Piedra (Half Day)
Difficulty level: Medium
Distance: 12 km
Minimum age: 10 years, in good physical condition.
Old Route Cerro Catedral
Difficulty level: Medium / High
Distance: 4 km each descent.
Minimum age: 14 years old.
This program includes:
Transfer In/Out to activity
Mineral water in reusable bottle and welcome chocolate
Welcome map with the location of all of our services
Concierge assistance during your stay
Safety gear: helmet, knee pads and knee guards
Hygiene kit: sunscreen, gel alcohol and tissue paper
Optional add - on: E–bikes
Box lunch: Sandwiches, snack, fruit, Pasta Frola
Bike-specific clothing makes for a more comfortable ride, no matter what style of biking you’re doing. That said, different styles of mountain biking will dictate what type of clothing you’ll choose.
Shorts: Options for mountain biking shorts range from form-fitting styles (often worn by cross-country racers) to baggy styles with a more casual look and more coverage and durability for snags along the trail. These generally have an inner lining with a padded chamois that helps reduce saddle fatigue and reduces some of the trail impact.
Jacket: Similar to shorts, jerseys range from form-fitting to loose and more casual-looking. Regardless of fit, you still want to choose something that wicks sweat and dries quickly. You’ll also want something you can wash and dry with little fuss. If you plan to carry a backpack, you won’t need a lot of pockets—although some mountain-bike jerseys offer that option.
Gloves: You’ll be surprised how much a good pair of gloves reduces hand and wrist fatigue; get a pair with padding at the palm. Full-fingered gloves keep your hands warmer and provide some texture between your fingers and the grip on the breaks and gear shifters. Both fingerless and full-fingered gloves add protection in the event of a crash.
• Departure: 10:00 am
• Return: 05:00 pm.
• Fitness level: Good
• Suitable for: People of most ages, who are in general good condition, and have previous mountain biking experience.
Personal Mountaineering Gear: See Recommendations
• Minimum Age: All ages. Please let us know if there are children under 8 years old.