Biking Cusco

Biking in Cusco and Sacred Valley

Biking mountain in Cusco & Sacred Valley is one the most easy way to feel the air and vibes from this part of the world. It’s widely practiced in Cusco geography by many people from outside and inside. Sometimes the high mountains are a challenging for people who like this sport. The dizzying descents are an incredible experience. Into routes you can visit historical Inca archaeological sites that can be easily adapted to suit every level and age. Some people said “it’s an incredibly scenic ride through the non-tourist side of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and Cusco

What kind of equipment can we bring in Cusco & Sacred Valley?

Equipo de bicicleta



To do an special and safety biking tour or visit Cusco and Sacred Valley in Bike. We recommend to use these ones elements and if you go in tours with Sun Gate Tours or other operator you must have to demand all of these.

  • Light clothing
  • Windproof clothing
  • Raincoat for rain
  • Sunscreen
  • Small backpack.
  • Helmet
  • Gloves
  • Knee and elbow pads



Sustainable Experience Cusco and Sacred Valley

Biking Cusco


Without a doubt in recent years, Cusco has become one of the most important tourist destinations in Peru. Machu Picchu was built at the beginning of the 15th century over the mountains and the living culture preserved by its population, restaurants that prepare traditional and succulent meals, makes it one of the places you must visit.

Today the city offers different activities including mountain biking or cycling at the Andes, developed mainly in the famous Sacred Valley. This place offers incredibly wonderful landscapes wherew you can see Ollantaytambo, Pisaq, Moray, Maras, Calca, Urubamba and more places to visit outside the common tour packages in Cusco City.



What routes could we do at Sacred Valle and Cusco?

  • Biking Maras – Moray 1 Day
  • Lares Down Hill
  • Urquillos Down Hill
  • Biking from Cusco  to Ollantaytambo

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