Bali Mountain cycling tour

Riding on the rims of volcanoes. Off-road adventures. Quaint villages filled with local culture. Some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. This trip has it all and should not be missed.

Starting from the beach resort of Sanur we will explore the famous Batur Crater and swim in the Toyah Bungkah Hot Springs. We will also visit the island's two highest volcanoes and various canyons.
Along the way, you will be able to take in breath-taking coastal views from the rim of craters and cycle around the ruins of a water palace and some of the most important temples on the island.

Towards the end of our tour we will spend some days cycling the central volcanoes on small trails through forests, coconut groves and the rice paddy fields that Bali is famous for.

During what can only be described as an epic trip, you can also unwind and catch your breath by taking advantage of rafting, snorkelling and scuba diving opportunities.

This trip is recommended for riders with some off-road experience, but you don’t have to be an expert to enjoy it. The only real requirement is a sense of adventure!
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Although this tour only covers around 240 kilometers in 6 full and 2 half cycling days, it can still be quite challenging. Because flat land in Bail is almost non-existent, the experience is made up entirely of off-road excursions on a series of challenging surfaces including forest trails, red mud hard-pack, volcanic sand, lava cobbles, gravel and broken tarmac roads. There are sections of single-track in every ride, but no long rocky or rooty sections or big drops. As far as gradients are concerned, all the trails except one have an overall down-hill element to them (in other words they finish at a lower altitude than the start). A few steep ascents and descents are also part of the program, but these are normally short and sharp.

Accommodation is varied and includes charming cottages and comfortable hotels.

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