One of the America’s best kept secrets: Guatemala is a mountain bike paradise home to incredible terrain, climate and culture. This jam-packed enduro itinerary links together the biggest descents and most scenic trails in the country. We have hand-picked the best downhills that connect the highlands in 9 epic days of epic enduro riding.
This is our biggest, baddest enduro mountain bike multi-day tour of the year averaging over 2000m of descent a day. Get on the bus!
Connect the best downhill singletrack in the country with a unique point-to point route
Shuttle Assisted averaging over 6,000ft of downhills a day
See Lake Atitlán for the first time from the saddle of your bike
By demand we have extended our popular 5 Day enduro tour for a full week of epic riding and sights. This route is as varied as Guatemala itself with sandy volcanic descents, rocky, high and dry pines and rich tropical forests.
Riding a bike in Guatemala gives you a unique perspective to connect Mayan sights while riding ancient Mayan infrastructure on trails and footpaths.
This gravity focused route connects the chain of Guatemala’s highest volcanoes crossing through several distinct regions before finishing with an epic freeride on the active Pacaya Volcano.
ARRIVAL / DEPARTURE
Guatemala City International Airport Please schedule your flight dates for at least 24hrs before and after your tour.
Airport Pickup and Dropoff
Private shuttle and driver
Bi-Lingual Mountain Bike Guides with international certification
Fruits, Snacks Filtered Water
4×4 Vehicle Support
Access to pro tool kit.
First-aid kit, two way radio Communication, Satellite locator
Welcome to Guatemala! We will meet you at the airport where our private transportation will take you to nearby Antigua, about an hours drive. We’ll check you into your hotel and meet you for a group dinner where we will meet and discuss the rest of the week.
UNESCO world heritage site, Antigua is the former Spanish colonial capital of Central America. Throughout its 500 year history the city has been wrecked several times by earthquakes, and is an open-air museum of Spanish colonial architecture, cathedrals, parks and ruins. The city is a major tourism destination and is home to the best restaurants and luxury hotels in the country.
Shuttle to 3200m – 1000m decent through virgin cypress forest on technical footpaths. Shuttle #2 to Cerro Quemado Mayan Sacred Site drop through steep mountain top flower plantations – finish at volcanic hot springs.
Natural hot springs on the flanks of the Zunil Volcano in Quetzaltenango framed by a steep, high wall of tropical vines, ferns and flowers. The setting is intensely tropical, an elevation (2550m) and keeps the air cool.