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Mountain Biking in Colombia

Bike through the wild mountains of Colombia

Between the three sub-ranges of the Colombian Andes and the second highest coastal mountain range in the world, there are few mountains that won’t impress you as a mountain biker. The peaks of the country are some of the world’s most prominent, while the Andes have seamless access to the towns and cities of this incredible beautiful, diverse, and wonderfully unique South American country. You can visit all-year round for ideal trail running conditions.

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Biking in Colombia

Your biking adventure will take you across a few different areas on your journey. You may start in the jungle, cross a desert, pass below a dense forest canopy, or bike close to a gorge. The land compliments itself with both quality and quantity, never running out of geologic splendor that is indicative of the Andes and remote South America.


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Best time to visit

You can visit all-year round for ideal trail running conditions

What's the weather like?

While most of the country is tropical, the high mountain areas have a much different climate. At extreme altitudes (4,000m+), constant snow and ice is common. Cold weather defines the Andes, and mean temperatures fall below 10 degrees (Celsius) once you exceed 3,000 meters

More info about Mountain Biking in Colombia:

Colombia is a country in South America bordered by Panama, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, and Ecuador. Known for its mountainous terrain, the country has myriad options for intrepid mountain bikers, from the Andes reaching across the southern border to the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in the north with the country’s tallest peaks (Pico Simon Bolivar and Pico Cristobal Colon at 5,700m). The countless objectives across a wide spectrum of altitude and terrain include rainforests, deserts, high plateaus, and savannas. Most of the populations are in the elevated central part of Colombia, making access to a majority of the mountains manageable

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