Family biking adventure in the Sacred Valley, Peru

Mountain biking in the Sacred Valley

Discover the Sacred Valley on two wheels - a fun way to explore.

Family biking adventure in the Sacred Valley, Peru

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See the sights on two wheels

The area around Cusco is an absolute bikers’ paradise. There are some fantastic cross country tracks which take you through spectacular scenery and down past some of the key sites between Cusco and the Sacred Valley.

There is gentle biking along the valley or adrenalin pumping action from great downhill rides! You can really get off the beaten track along dirt roads, single tracks, donkey paths, llama tracks, and old Inca trails for anything from a half day excursion to a full multi day biking holiday.

  • Join a knowledgeable guide to keep you on track
  • Tailor the ride to suit your ability
  • Dramatic scenery at every turn
  • Bikes and helmets supplied
  • Admire the untouched beauty of the Sacred Valley

 

 

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Cycling in the Sacred valley, Peru © AmazonasExplorer

A biking adventure to remember

"Being in the open countryside, high in the Andes was hard work but brilliant. Hardly a tourist in sight, just us and the occasional group of farmers."

Where to go

The Cusco area and Sacred Valley offer some great mountain biking. If you’re staying in Cusco you can easily spend a day cycling in the Sacred Valley, and the trip will include transfers from and back to your hotel.

When to go

Mountain biking in the Sacred Valley is offered from April to November, avoiding the raining season. In April and June the valley flowers and snow-covered mountains are especially picturesque.

How to do it

We can book the mountain biking trip as part of your holiday. On the day you will need to take a small backpack, bottle of water, torch, cap, sunglasses, insect repellent and a camera. Helmets are provided. The Chinchero, Moray, Maras, Urubamba trip takes about 5 hours and is mostly on dirt tracks and traditional mule routes. The trip is led by an English-speaking bike guide.