ElevationAscent: 548' 167 m
Descent: -548' -167 m
High: 1,580' 482 m
Low: 1,311' 400 m
GradeAvg Grade: 1% (1°)
Max Grade: 5% (3°)
Current trail conditions
Popular rides nearby
6.9 mi 11.1 km • Loop • 1,383 ft Ascent 421.67 m Ascent
Singletrack Villavicencio, CO( 1 )
Tour of Quetame
27.0 mi 43.5 km • Loop • 5,331 ft Ascent 1624.79 m Ascent
Singletrack Cáqueza, CO( 2 )
Choachi - Climb to Waterfall
19.4 mi 31.2 km • Loop • 3,097 ft Ascent 943.82 m Ascent
Singletrack Choachí, CO( 2 )
Choachi - Ubaque Loop
13.4 mi 21.6 km • Loop • 2,745 ft Ascent 836.67 m Ascent
Singletrack Choachí, CO( 1 )
Circuito MTB Bogotá - Región
184.7 mi 297.2 km • Loop • 20,812 ft Ascent 6343.47 m Ascent
Singletrack Une, CO( 1 )
Navigate on-trail with our free app
Biked this trail?
Add details to help others plan their adventure.
“A nice beginner ride in Villavicencio. Ideal for acclimatizing and tasting the local culture.”— Eduardo Vergara
The route takes us through the north side of the city of Villavicencio via the municipality of Restrepo and turns to the right to enter an area of dirt roads, farms, and hotels, passing through a channel of streams and creeks that give a particular point of interest to this tour.
After the ride, you need to taste fantastic "Rice Bread" typical of the region.
When leaving El Amarradero, go north by paved road and after 7 kilometers turn right to find a semi-unpaved road that you'll enter into the alley areas and access roads to farms.
Through a sinuous, mostly flat route, you'll arrive at the Caney River, a tributary of Guataquía, which presents us with the first obstacle depending on the time of year and the intensity of the rains.
Once you hit the river, on foot or on the bicycle, continue through sidewalks and secondary roads on some very light ascents. Along the way, you'll pass all kinds of pastures and livestock farms.
The route heads back on the same section you started on, via the inter-municipal route back to Villavicencio.
Local Club: Colombia en Bicicleta