Tarrazu, Quepos All Mountain
This advanced 8-hour biking adventure takes you from the highest peak in Coast Rica back to sea level.
- Duration: 48 hrs
- Available Days: Every day
- Schedule: 6:00 AM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
If you are an advanced biking who wants a long and intense ride, then this tour is for you. The starting point of this ride is one of the highest points in Costa Rica. The 8-hour downhill is challenging, fun and will exceed your expectations. You will need a high level of skill for this tour. You should be able to comfortably ride on singletracks and be able to find your way through tight trees, loose rocks and mud. You must be able to hop over small obstacles and have great handling skills. If you fill all these qualifications get ready for the ride of your life.
Ride Green Adventures will pick you up at your hotel and drive about two hours outside the city to Cerro de la Muerte. It’s foreboding name gives you a hint that it is one of the highest peaks in Costa Rica. Before getting started you will fuel up with a power breakfast. Then the fun begins. You start the ride at Chespiritos and ride through the Zona de los Santos. Your guide will lead you to a secret path that goes deep into the forest. You will feel as if you have left the modern world far behind. This spot is the best of the best for Costa Rican mountain biking.
Once you reach the bottom, transportation will be waiting to take you to your beach front hotel in Quepos. Here you will get a great dinner and be able to relax for the rest of the night. Drink and chat with new friends and sleep with the sounds of the ocean echoing all around. After breakfast the next morning you will head back to San Jose.
What to Bring
Comfortable clothes, shoes for biking, water, sunscreen, change of clothes
Transportation, bike, gear, guide, meals, hotel
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