Across Andes is the first self sufficient bikepacking race to cross the longest mountain range in the world – 1,450km over 7 days from Chile to Argentina…
A true of bikepacking and gravel race, combined to tour the driest desert in the world, overcome the great mountains and discover forgotten cultures. Challenge yourself to conquer the highest mountain in the Andes between Chile and Argentina.
Get ready to participate in the first self-sufficiency race in Chile, crossing the Andes mountain range. Pass through two countries in 7 days, traveling 1,450 kilometers rich with history bragging 60% off road and 40% asphalt.
Chile is the longest and narrowest country in the world, with more than 6,000 km of coastline in the Pacific Ocean. For the third year in a row, Chile has been voted the best sport adventure destination in South America, for having desert, mountains, forests and the great Patagonia at the end of the world.
In Chile, you will find high mountains with paved roads and gravel, you will cross towns such as: Alicahue, Petorca, Caimanes, Combarbalá and Vicuña, and then conquer the great Andes mountain range through the international Agua Negra pass. In Argentina you will face the powerful winds of Las Flores, Villa Corral and endless plains of Barreal until arriving at Uspallata returning to Chile through the epic international pass Los Libertadores.