Bikes are freedom and access, but they are also a healthy and ecofriendly way to discover some awesome natural settings that Argentina has to offer. June 3 is celebrated as the World Bike Day to highlight the importance of this kind of transport to achieve a more sustainable world. We honor this day by showing you three bike trails that are worth riding.
The Ruta de los Siete Lagos (Seven Lakes Route) covers part of Route 40 in Patagonia. Once you see it, you will understand why this is one of the most popular bike trails. This trip takes you to beautiful southern cities like Villa La Angostura, Bariloche and San Martín de los Andes. These cities are famous for their mountains and crystal clear deep blue lakes.
Known as the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia is another interesting alternative for bicycle lovers. This city if famous for its glaciers and mountains. Its challenging weather and terrain conditions make Ushuaia a great option for those seeking an extra dose of action. If you feel truly adventurous, you can take a boat to Puerto Arenas (Chile) and continue your cycling journey.
Sierra de la Ventana
Being located closer to the City of Buenos Aires, this destination is ideal for a weekend break surrounded by hills and natural forests. Sierra de la Ventana features a beautiful natural reserve with hiking trails and popular biking spots.