ElevationAscent: 2,250' 686 m
Descent: -2,249' -686 m
High: 2,157' 657 m
Low: 1,412' 431 m
GradeAvg Grade: 5% (3°)
Max Grade: 38% (21°)
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“The iconic route to visit in Villavicencio.”— Eduardo Vergara
Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown
Features Commonly Bikepacked
The ride takes riders to the north of the city by the eastern edge of the river Guataquía on Abadia I until arriving at El Tobogán river crossing on a suspension bridge that gives its name to the route. This puts riders onto the other side of the river in order to return to the city on Abadia II and the original starting point.
Need to Know
We reached the first summit quickly where we saw to the river Guataquía in all its splendor.
The route continues through challenging and snaking descents full of vegetation that took us to a steep, narrow, and technical descent that will test your ability on the bicycle.
A suspension bridge and obligatory photograph culminate this descent on El Tobogán to ascend the opposite bank of the river and begin the return towards the city on Abadia II.
The route continues similarly to the starting section, with ascents and descents until reaching the sector of Bavaria. At this point, we took paved roads to return to Villavicencio toward the Hotel del Llano.
Local Club: Colombia en Bicicleta