Catamarca Antigua: For Adobe Route


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Airlifted to Catamarca (Not included) Consult shot 26 by timetables.
200 KM Bike travel by the most amazing landscape with specialized guides opening and closing the group
We carry your bicycle, luggage and a full kit our Vehicle Support all rides to travel light and quiet.

A selection of the best regional dishes.

  • Breakfasts, Lunch and tea.
  • Cereal bars, hydration and fruits during the voyage.
  • Quality options for Dinner.

We know that there is nothing better than a good rest after a long day up bike.

Accommodation included at this BIKE TOUR
  • Casa Grande

  • Hotel Belen

  • County of Huasán
  • Catamarca Hotel Casino



Day 1:


We will stay at CASA GRANDE, adobe building dating from 1897, being the starting point for ADOBE ROUTE, circuit will visit the next day.
Nothing beats a good rest in its comfortable facilities, jacuzzi, Pool. Base 3/4

Day 2:

Tinogasta-FIAMBALA for the Ruta del Adobe

This circuit covering 55 kms has been maintained for 300 Years of progress vera q connecting the cities of Tinogasta and Fiambala. The Committee is composed of several adobe buildings including CASA GRANDE, the oratory of Orquera, the chapel and residence of the Estate, Church of Our Lady of Andacollo, and the church of San Pedro in Fiambala
Kilometres: 55 with an option to return in bike

Ground: soil and asphalt Base 3/4

Day 3:

TINOGASTA-R40-LONDON-BELEN to the Inca ruins

We leave early after a good breakfast Ofi saying goodbye, owner and host of Casa Grande, who wished us luck for sure what awaits us this day.
On the Road 60 we will go through some towns like Copacabana, El Pueblito, always on a friendly descent that takes us from the 1200 m to 950 m.
When people arrive at Cerro Black, we find the legendary Route 40, but it is not yet time to face it. We climbed trailer bikes to the entrance of the ruins Shincal, inner city inhabited by the Incas between 1470 and 1536. Now if we put up on Route 40 to Bethlehem, first town founded by the Spanish in Catamarca 1558 the banks of the Rio Quimivil, known as the birthplace of the poncho. The only way, take us towards its center, where your hotel will house us tonight.
Kilometres: 97

Ground: asphalt and some gravel Base ¾

Day 4:

Belen-ANDALGALA, by the mining areas
A hearty breakfast will be very useful to address a desolate gravel road with ups and downs that make this very entertaining uniting people.
The day starts to 1200 m adding a sharp rise, but then begin their level changes up to 1040 m.
Andalgala is a village nestled at the foot of the snow-capped Aconquija, "The Pearl of the West" featuring a mountainous terrain cut by fertile valleys of colorful, but their primary identity is that of the "cradle" of the National Stone, Rosa del Inca or call Rhodochrosite.
Mileage: 85

Ground: Gravel
Accommodation: County of Huasan Base 4/5

Day 5:


Catamarca awaits, but that we must address the last part of the route
The day starts at the top of the bus to cross the Cuesta de la Chilca, to Route 1 where bikes go down, to enjoy a few climbs but the descents are, The Abato through lace through Alumbrera, Las Chacritas, Singuil and El Bolson. This region offers a historic and scenic route, beating the remains of our ancestors, located in the Central Valley.
After a well deserved hearty snack and we boarded the mini bus to take us to San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca, must see the main points of the City.
Kilometres: 50

Ground: Gravel
Accommodation: Base 2/3

Day 6:

Begins to return to Buenos Aires.
Transfer to the airport.

  • Transfers IN / OUT airport-hotel-airport
  • Support vehicle
  • Handys VHF and cell phone for emergencies
  • 5 nights hotel / lodges with private bathrooms basis 3/4 pax. Check based on double / single
  • Half board
  • First Aid Kit
  • Internal transfer of MTBikes
  • Specialized bilingual guides
  • MTB parts
  • Cereal bars, hydration and fruits during the voyage
  • Mountain Bike mínimum 21 speeds and in good condition. (If you do not have we will rent)
  • Sunglasses.
  • Flashlight and batteries
  • Bottle for bike (Botellita para la bicicleta)
  • Protector solar
  • Personal hygiene items
  • Helmet (Si no tenes nosotros te alquilamos)
  • Bike Parts: A camera and patch kit with solution
  • Swimsuit
  • Comfortable clothing for cycling and shelter for the night
  • Personal documents (ID or Identity Card and Driver's social work)
  • Raincoat or windbreaker
  • Backpack Attack (small)

There are no words to describe how good the pass. I felt very comfortable and neat to make all the crossing. Thank you very much for everything!!! the incredible food, the lodges. It was all great!
I send you a big kiss and I hope to make another crossing again.

Maria Imbodem

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