Sierra de Ramón Traverse
Big Mountain Bike

This great mountain range located at the southeast of Santiago, is a mountain range that divides the valley of Santiago with the Andean Cajón del Maipo. The trail runs along the edge of this pre mountain range giving us great views of the Andes, the coast range and the great city of Santiago (at night is incredible). On the way you reach the summit of Cerro Provincia, Cerro Tambor and Cerro San Ramón. With more than 2,500 meters of elevation gain, this crossing is only for true lovers of the Bigmountainbike. An experience only for experts.


Pick up at 18:00 hrs at hotel or Home. We will go up Morro Guayacán and from there we will capt with the edge of Cerro Provincia and Altos del Naranjo and then ride on through shoulder of the Mt.Provincia, after about 6 hrs we reach its summit. There we will spend the night in the Dome. The next morning we will have breakfast and leave for the summit of San Ramón, crossing the mountain edge of this beautiful Sierra that will give us views that you will ever forget. After 5 hours approx. we will reach the summit of San Ramón (3,253 m). After a well-deserved rest begins one of the most epic downhills in the area around Santiago; from the summit of San Ramón to the town of "El Manzano" in Cajón del Maipo, completing more than 2,400 meters of freeride at the most purest Bigmountainbike style. After 3 hrs of downhill and freeride through the most hostile terrains of the pre mountain range we will arrive at the town of El Manzano where we can eat a delicious home made"Empanada". Private transport to Santiago.


Cordillera de los Andes, RM, Chile


3.250 msnm


2 Days




Octuber to December


Big Mountain Bike

  • Transport / Pick up & Drop off
  • Expert Guide / First aid
  • Lunch box
  • Breakfast
  • Beer and appetizer at the end of the trip
Does not include
  • Personal Equipment (see in recommendations)
  • Bike
  • Insurance
What to Bring
  • 1 or 2 replacement tubes
  • Helmet
  • Kneepads
  • Air Pump
  • Bike Tools (Alen, chain cut, tire levers, etc)
  • 2 Lts of water.
  • Backpack
  • Jacket
  • Windstopper


Equipment and Clothing

  • Sunglasses or goggles
  • Sunscreen
  • Gloves
  • Warm clothes
  • Hiking boots, preferably with ankle support
  • Flat pedals
  • Head Light