Death Road in La Paz – Bolivia. Is amazing biking ride (Yungas Road) dramatic and scenic. it is all downhill and it can be done in a fullday with the safety and security.
For a fullday trip of Death Road, We start at an altitude of 4700 m.a.s.l, close to the nearby peaks, such as Huayna Potosi and other nearby mountains in the Cordillera Central.
after a delicious breakfast with local foods, hot chocolate and local bread. You will visit an informative session about safety and practice with your bike to find all the mechanical aspects of your trip.
as well as be ready to travel the 64 km with our expert guides.
First we will descend 31 km on a road surrounded by low clouds, through the amazing views, out of the corner of our eyes there are small villages and the nearby grazing flames. With stops to take pictures of the high cliffs, outcrops of rocks and lush green vegetation.
The so-called “Camino de la Muerte” was built for the prisoners in the 1930s, and many of the cyclists travel this route every day that has been named as the most dangerous road for organizations such as the Inter-American Development Bank.
Along this route is subtropical, crossing along beautiful waterfalls to enjoy an incredible meal and rest in the pool.
- Incredible scenic variety and a spectacular descent of more than 3,600m/11,800 feet, from snow-covered high-altitude plains and mountain ranges down to the steaming Amazonian Jungle. Part of the ride is on the dramatic and scenic “World s Most Dangerous Road,” dubbed such by the Inter-American Development Bank in 1995, and locally known as “The Death Road” or “Camino de la muerte!”.
- 64kms (40 miles) of downhill riding with only a few small uphills and a couple of flat bits!