The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike

The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike
The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike
The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike
The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike
The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike
The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike
The Death Road operated by Free Bikes on a Full Suspension Bike

One of the longest bike descents in the world!  And anyone who can ride a bike can do it!  Our professional bikes and guides will make your adventure down the Worlds Most Dangerous Road a safe and memorable one.  Come see what makes Free Bikes one of the most recommended companies that offer the trip!

We’ll be starting our trip in the tundra of the Bolivian highlands at La Cumbre (4.700 mts.) If it’s sunny, we’ll be able to see some big peaks with glaciers on them. As we go down, the landscape will gradually turn into a spectacular tropical cloud forest with many waterfalls and beautiful views. By the end of our ride in Yolosa (1.185 mts.) we’ll be entering into the Amazon rain forest.

PROGRAM:

One Day (Full Day)   

07:30 – 08:00 Hotel pick up

08:00 – Departure time

09:00 – “La Cumbre” starting point (4.700 m.a.s.l)

13:00 – 14:00 Arrive to “Yolosa” finish point (1.185 m.a.s.l)

14:30 – Lunch time

16:30 – 17:00 Back to La Paz

19:30 – 20:00 Arrive in La Paz city


Quick facts

Tour information:
  • Available: All year
  • Duration: 12 hours
  • Activities: Biking
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Languages: English, Spanish
  • Attractions: Death Road
Pickup information:
  • Pickup time : 07:30.

Free Pickup from Central La Paz. Write your Hotel Name and Address. Pickup will be confirmed.
Included:
  • BIKE: FULL suspension Hydraulic Disc Brake

  • Professional and Experienced Guide

  • Support Vehicle

  • All equipment

  • Thermal jacket, Thermal Trousers, Vest, Full Face Helmet, Full Finger Cycling Gloves, Elbow and Knee Guards

  • Meals provided: Snacks, Water throughout the trip and Buffet Lunch.

  • Hot shower and swimming pool in a Hotel at the end of the trip.

  • Souvenirs: Free T-shirt (Death Road survivor) and DVD with all the photos and movies from your ride.

  • Community Entrance Fees of 50 Bs. P/Person

  • Insurance (Unless purchased as extra)


What to bring:
  • A warm change of clothes, including shoes. You get wet and dirty on this ride.

  • Swimming Clothes

  • Long trousers (at the top) but MOST days you can expect to change into shorts and a singlet by the bottom once you’ve entered the warm cloud-forest zone.

  • Sport Shoes. Hiking boots will do as well.

  • Sunglasses (both for ray protection and to help keep the dust and grit out of your eyes

  • Sunscreen

  • Insect repellent (the Yungas is not a malarial zone, but you may encounter sand flies)

  • Small camera that you can ride with (but remember, we´ll be taking lots of photos of you during the ride, so decide ahead of time whether you wish to risk trashing your camera)

  • Personal medical kits

  • Extra money for optional drinks


Good to know:

You cannot ride with a backpack on the Coroico ride for safety/visibility reasons. The van will follow us and carry your backpack.



Loading prices and availabilities
Free cancellation
Free pickup
No credit card fees
No booking fees