May 22nd
Departure day
Difficulty level

Central argentinean Cordoba is the perfect land for mountain bike. It’s the land of old Spanish Jesuit order “ranches” and small colonization churches. And it’s one of the most important regions of the country. Here we offer a great bike trip in springtime and winter season. We start in Cuchi Corral a spot chosen also by paragliders to use the great flying conditions. We cross lots of small water streams while going down towards San Marcos Sierras artisan’s old town. This dirt road is also well known in Cordoba and in Argentina, as the famous Rio Pinto mtb race is held here in may every year.
We cross the Sierras for the first time from La Cumbre to Candonga. And we cross them for a second time from La Falda to Rio Ceballos enjoying beautiful dirt roads, views, uphills and downhills.

DEPARTURE/ARRIVAL La Cumbre/ Río Ceballos
DEPARTING TIME 9 p.m. in Buenos Aires
18 Seater exclusive van equipped with TV and video
Mountain bike transportation during the extent of the tour
4×4 support vehicle equipped with two-way communication radios (everyday, with on-board service, including granola bars, fruits when possible, and other snacks and drinks)
Bilingual Tour Leaders, equipped with two-way radios, and local guides
Mechanical assistance and spare bike available (in case yours break down)
Half board:
breakfasts and lunches included, dinners and meals while on transit not included
Two nights at a cozy Hotel in double and triple base
 Medical insurance
 Daily Trip Information Notes, with maps, routes and detail on the region
 Pre-trip information package with details on how to prepare, what to bring, and more detailed information
Meals not detailed in the program, drinks, alcohol drinks, air tickets, transfers not detailed in the tour program, bike parts, phone calls, laundry expenses and personal expenses
MTB Rental

Additional information

LocationCandonga, Cordoba, Cuchi Corral, La Cumbre, La Falda
DatesApril, May, June, August, September, October, November
Duration4 days

Bank holiday weekend in “Sierras de Córdoba”, a fantastic bike program in La Cumbre, Cuchi Corral, San Marcos Sierras, La Falda, Candonga and Río Ceballos 


Day 1:

Early in the moring we arrive at  our hotel in “La Cumbre” and prepare our bikes for today.  After breakfast, we receive the tour introduction and start cycling from the hotel´s gate to “Cuchi Corral” a beautiful panoramic point, where international paragliders usually take off to enjoy the incredible views and the excellent “flying conditions” of the area. From “Cuchi Corral” at 1100 metres over the sea level, we start an awesome technical down hill that will take us to San Marcos Sierra an old “hippie” look like town, while crossing small tinny streams. In the afternoon we’ll load the bikes up in the trailer to arrive at our Hotel in “La Cumbre”.
28 miles and 1600ft elevation gain

Day 2: La Cumbre to Candonga

 Our second biking day starts in “La Cumbre” at 1175 metres with another hard up hill that will enable us to get incredible views from the small cities of the valley. After sixmiles we arrive at the highest point at 4900 ft that will allow us to see great yellow grass landscapes and the small hilly path getting lost in the horizon. After lunch we start enjoying this great downhill to Candonga, where a small tiny white Spanish Chapel still lies in the Sierras. We end our ride at “El Manzano” and return to our hotel at La Cumbre.
26 miles and 2300ft elevation gain

Day 3: La Falda to Río Ceballos

We travel by van to La Falda, where we unload the bikes to start another great biking day at one of the best paths of Córdoba Province: “El Camino del Cuadrado” (Square path). By the “Eden Hotel”, an old hotel constructed by German
immigrants after the Second World War, we prepare the bikes and we start a strong
uphill that will take us from 3200 feet over the sea level to 4200 feet in just three miles. Downhill begins, and while enjoying this curved zig-zag awesome path, we’ll cover more than 20 miles to arrive to “Rio Ceballos” at 2.300 feet over the sea level. There we stretch, have lunch, take a shower and load the bikes to return to Buenos Aires.
20 miles and 2400ft elevation gain

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