Shredding Lamay

Our destination is the Lamay Valley. Lamay is a small town well known for the adventure sports you can practice there. Its weather and incomparable landscapes make it a unique place.

The trail: The descend begins at the village of Zapacto, located at 4,500 m.a.s.l (14,763 ft), and ends in Lamay’s Main Square, located at 2,900 m.a.s.l. (9,514 ft). In this descent we can find all types of trails. This is one of our favorite trails, 100% recommended.

Difficulty: level Intermediate


Patacancha, World highest enduro

Our destiny is the Patacancha Valley. According to ancient writings, in Willoq and Patacancha villages live the Inca´s direct descendants. The villagers of these communities keep their culture and traditions alive through their clothing and textile art.

The trail: It is currently the stage of the main Peruvian Enduro race. A demanding route with different surfaces and types of rides: climbs, technical parts and super-fast parts. It starts at the Yanamayo pass, at 4,350 m.a.s.l. (14,271 ft) and ends in the town Ollantaytambo, famous for the Inca city that surrounds it. This trail is very picturesque since it passes through different ruins such as Ayaorco and Pumamarka.

Difficulty: level Intermediate


Epic Lares

We will climb by car approximately one hour and a half, starting at Calca, at 2.950 m.a.s.l. (9,676 ft), and arriving to the Lares pass, where we´ll begin the descent at 4,461 m.a.s.l. (14,635 ft). This climb is known for its incredible landscapes.

The trail: One of the main and best drops of DH/Enduro of Cusco. The trail offers different types of sections: natural ramps, stone stairs and many sections to let go of the brakes. All the time we descent by a trail located next to a small river.

Difficulty: level Intermediate


Inka Avalanche

To begin the descent we have to climb by car from Ollantaytambo for approximately one hour and a half heading to the Malaga pass, at 4,320 m.a.s.l. (13,877 ft), a place that marks the division between the mountains and the jungle of Cusco. You can observe how the vegetation changes along the way.

The trail: Circuit of the famous race Inka Avalanche, this trail is one of the bravest rider’s favorites. At the beginning the trail has narrow roads with vertical sides and stone gardens. After you enter the forests it becomes more fluid.

Difficulty: level Intermediate



Andahuaylillas Airport Radar

Outstanding for its colonial architecture, Andahuaylillas is located at the South Valley, 40 kms away from Cusco city. Its church is known as “America´s Sistine Chapel” as it is painted entirely frescoed.
To arrive at the beginning of the trail, we have to climb by car the interoceanic road for approximately an hour, until we arrive at the airport radar of Cusco, located at 4,467 m.a.s.l. (14,655 ft).

The trail: Fluid trail, with less rocks and stairs than the Sacred Valley trails. The first section is repeated twice to take advantage of the two existing trails: Downhill trail and Enduro trail, both really fun.

Difficulty: level Intermediate



Our Backyard

Llaullipata forest is only 20 minutes away from cusco's main square and it offers a bunch of fun trails. Not for nothing we call it our Backyard. Our daily routine playground.

The trail: We start with a climb of approximately one hour to arrive at the Salkantay town at 4,200 m.a.s.l. (13,779 ft). This climb enables us to have a panoramic view of the city of Cusco and the Sacsayhuaman fortress. The descend is the best part: a combination of forests, knolls and brooks. We finish back home where we can rehydrate with cold beers.

Difficulty: level Suitable for all


Cusco Nearby DH

This package has the main and most radical trails of the city of Cusco.

The trail: We begin in Yuncaypata, at 3.800 m.a.s.l. (12,467 ft), the perfect trail to make the most of our day. Awesome trails with roots, forests, canals and, for those who dare, some jumps. We finish in the city, where a car will pick us up to take us to the second trail: the Milky Way, a trail that begins at 4,500 m.a.s.l. (14,763 ft) and skirts a hill, providing us with amazing views. This trail is for experienced riders.

Difficulty: level Intermediate/experienced riders