Duration: 7-8 hours
Difficulty level: Medium. 3 – 5 hours of biking
Guides: English, Spanish or German speakers all have first aid training. Guides are well versed in the local history as well as the native flora and fauna
Self guided trip includes: Bikes & equipment, cell phone & shuttle service Castro-Dalcahue-Castro
Services includes guided tour: Shuttle service, picnic lunch, first aid kits
Bikes: Scott 24-Speed, aluminum frame, front-end suspension, Mountain bike with Shimano parts Safety kit with gloves, helmet and emergency repair kit
Necessary Equipment: A comfortable pair of shoes, water resistant wind breaker, water bottle and sun block
We leave from Castro to Dalcahue, to fit the bikes and to aboard the ferry to Quinchao Island.
Once in Quinchao, the first challenge will be a short but steep up road, to gain the main road and, along this road we’ll have the chance to stop in several excellent viewpoints who give us one of the best perspectives of the archipelagoes.
We detour to the little and picturesque town of Curaco de Vélez .
At lunch time we´ll stop in Chullec bajo where our hosts will be waiting us with local products for a lunch at the shores of the sea.
After our lunch, we resume the pedaling towards the beautiful town of Achao where its located the church “Santa Maria de Loreto de Achao” , built in 1730.
In the afternoon, we´ll shuttle back to Castro.