Tour description.

1) We leave Puerto Varas by car to get to Frutillar. One of the most interesting cities of Llanquihue Lake’s basin. Its well-preserved German architecture and the city’s cultural movement, linked to classical music and the Teatro del Lago (Lake Teather) will welcomes us.

2) We will check the bikes and will start riding as we follow the road on south direction, with great views of the lake and volcanos.

3) After the upward parts of the road and finally passing many agricultural farms with a strong German origin, a gentle descent takes us to the picturesque town of Llanquihue.

4) Its going to be 31 kilometers in total, to finally arrive at our last stop of the day, the Chester Beer Brewery, owned by Derek Way. Derek has been producing traditionally craft beer for the last 10 years, and this brewery is the result of years of effort and providing good beer to his friends in Puerto Varas. With an excellent location, this last stop is the best way to finish this great biking day.
If you did not fell the beer taste very well, you can buy some extra to make sure taste good. And dont be worried, we will drive back home!

 

Details


Start at

Puerto Varas

Ends at

Puerto Varas

Location

Llanquihue Lake Basin.

Duration & Distance

6 Hours / 30 km.

Difficulty level

Gentle (see cycling grades document)

Meals

Snacks during the route + southern style pic-nic with local flavors.

Transport

Vehicle available during the whole ride.

Brewery visit.

Visit to Chester Beer Brewery, 1 taste of all the available types of beer + 1 bottle of your choice.

Bike

Included 27 to 30 -speed MTB, aluminum frame, front suspension, disc brakes, Shimano gear, and helmet included

Required equipment

Sport shoes, waterproof windbreaker, sun protection (sunglasses & sun screen) gloves recommended.

Guide

1 guide every 8 pax, guides speak fluent english and have biking guide certification with MIAS and Wilderness First Responder certification.

Safety

First aid kit and bike repair equipment, with radio and cellphone comunication.


 

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