Las Tierras Altas

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Las Tierras Altas

Distance:

km

(22 mi. )

Distance:

km

(22 mi. )

Ascent:

110 m

(355 ft. )

Ascent:

110 m

(355 ft. )

Downhill:

300 m

(990 ft. )

Descent:

300 m

(990 ft. )

Max Elevation

1860 m

(6105 ft. )

Max Alt.

1860 m

(6105 ft. )

Jeep Track

60 %

Jeep Track

60 %

Singletrack

30 %

Singletrack

30 %

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Las Tierras Altas, or the high lands, is a fertile shelf just north of Antigua, home to killer broccoli and endless single-track. This is big sky country where the views are 180 degree panoramas. The Las Tierras Altas tour is perfect for groups of varied skill levels.

Difficulty

Fitness 50%
Technical 95%
Overall Difficulty 70%
  • A cultural tour through the Guatemalan countryside and native pueblos
  • Ride single-track through corn field mazes
  • See the mysterious Casa de San Simon, protector of the Indigenous

Overview

 

This tour leaves at 9am or 2pm

Morning Option:

9:00 am – Meet at the Old Town Outfitter’s shop (see map)

9:30 am – Private transfer to Parramos to start your ride

10:30 am – Visit San Andres Itzapa to see the Casa de San Simon, protector of the Indigenous

1:00 pm – High fives after a great tour and farewells with your guide

 

  • Kona Mountain Bike
  • Helmet
  • Water Bottle (free gift to take home)
  • Bi-lingual Guide
  • Day pack
  • Rainjacket
  • long sleeve / warm layer
  • Extra water bottle for post-ride
  • ~Q100 for misc. expenses
  • Tip for your great guide!
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