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Death Road: Mountain Bike Tour on the World's Most Dangerous Road

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    Greet your team of expert guides at a central La Paz location and climb aboard an air-conditioned vehicle for the hour-long ride to La Cumbre, a place whose name translates as ‘the summit’. On arrival, disembark and absorb the spectacular surroundings as your guide provides an in-depth safety briefing. Capture photographs of the low-slung clouds and forest-smothered mountains before jumping onto your bike and embarking on the ride of your life. 

    Begin your death-defying descent of a serpentine road termed Camino de la Muerte, or Death Road, by Bolivian locals. Enjoy the adrenaline surges as your soar down a road christened the world’s most dangerous by numerous organizations; feel the wind in your hair and the frantic race of your heart as you descend 11,800 feet (3,600 meters) downhill. 

    Stop intermittently along the way to revitalize with water and snacks and to capture photographs of the dramatic scenery. Enter the subtropics of the dense Amazonian jungle and commence the most difficult part of the ride; avert your gaze from the sheer drops of 3,300 feet (1,000 meters), beside which there appears to be little path, and focus on the refreshing mist coming from waterfalls on your right. 

    Arrive at the village of Yolosa and return to the safety of a main road for the smooth ride to La Senda Verde Ecotourism Resort. Revitalize with a steaming shower or plunge into the cool waters of the swimming pool, and then appease your appetite with a hearty pasta buffet. Observe a colorful tableau of rescued wildlife and take in the spectacular jungle scenery as you rest aching muscles. 

    Return to the minivan for the scenic drive back to La Paz after relaxing thoroughly. Opt to stay over night in La Senda Verde or venture to Coroico, a beautiful town surrounded by the verdant splendor of the jungle.
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    Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

    We did the death road cycle yesterday with Noel and Marco. They were both fantastic and made sure to brief us every couple of km of the dangers of the road ahead. They’re English was very good and they had a good sense of humour....More

    Thank Sheena Rose O
    Reviewed 2 weeks ago

    We were sceptical about doing this ride then got good reviews from a couple who had just done it with Gravity Assisted. We signed up and were very glad we did. The bikes were first class as was our guide Nat and Kenneth. Safety was...More

    Date of experience: August 2019
    Thank gtbow
    Reviewed 3 weeks ago

    Company: This company knows what they are doing and treats all of their guests so well. What an incredible and thrilling experience. We received t-shirts, recycled water bottles, neck warmer/covers(?) and two snacks plus lunch all included. This company supports an animal sanctuary nonprofit that...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    1  Thank CKcourtney
    Reviewed 18 July 2019 via mobile

    I was full of excitement, curiosity and anxiety. But luckily I chose Gravity Bikes and had the most wonderful experience. Our driver and guides Noel, Santos and Alex were just great. They were very meticulous on safety and also were fun, optimistic and encouraging. They...More

    1  Thank grrls123
    Reviewed 20 June 2019

    Find a reputable company to do this tour with and go for it! You can go as fast or as slow as you want... and it is amazing.

    Date of experience: June 2019
    1  Thank Tay H
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    Response from grrls123 | Reviewed this property |
    It’s about 6 but when we went there was a transport strike and it ended being 8!! Good to take unforeseen situations into account 😊
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