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An epic descent from 15,000 feet to 10,000 feet through loose moonscape, the jumps and drops of the “Valley of Death,” rolling countryside with sprawling views of the alpine metropolis below, and an undulating section through dense forest. Enjoy!
Most of it is single track inside the park. Some parts are fire roads. It has a nice view of the valley of Cumbaya.
All dirt and gravel along river. Constant elevation changes with various off-road detours. Watch out for mud-slides.
Multi-terrain – Road, bridge, rock, gravel, and dirt. Couple of serious downhills and a swinging wood bridge.
This is another scenic route in the heart of the Ecuadorean Andes. It’s a basic “out & back” 50% dirt/gravel and 50% asphalt. You start at the center of BaÃ±os and head westerly along the Pastaza river following undulating gravel roads. While we were there they were “paving” sections of the gravel road with cobblestones …
This is basically a scenic touring trail consisting of about 90% dirt/gravel roads and 10% (recently) paved. You start by taking a 15 minute truck ride up the side of a mountain to a peak at the top called “the antennas” (EL 2600′), but that’s not the end of your climbing so you need to …