17.7 miles
6,026 ft
-6,025 ft
2 miles
High Point

Cordon que limita en el sur con el parque El Durazno. En el oriente con el Santuario de la Naturaleza y accesos a El Bronce (ex disputada). En el poniente con Santa Martina/ Shangrila/ Colina.

Sus cerros llegan a los 3.400 msnm aprox, Los Angeles, Arqueado de Barrera (2.850msnm), Cerro Carpa (2750 msnm) y Cerro Conchalí (2550 msnm) entre otros.

Nuestra ruta parte en el club de equitación para subir al paso del diablo vía el molino. Desde ahi, en modalidad big mountain, ascendemos al Cerro Conchali y posteriormente el Cerro Carpa.

El descenso se realiza por la ladera norte del Cerro Carpa para conectar con la ruta del campeonato CTM 2018 y bajar por Tirabuzon.

Detailed Description
Ascenso Cerro Conchalí y Cerro Carpa. Descenso por CTM2018 y Tirabuzón is a 18 mile less popular expert route located near Santiago. This mountain bike primary route can be used one direction and has a extreme overall physical rating. This route climbs 6,026 ft with a max elevation of 9,108 ft then descends -6,025 ft.
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    Black Diamond
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More Stats for Ascenso Cerro Conchalí y Cerro Carpa. Descenso por CTM2018 y Tirabuzón mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    3,634 ft
  • Altitude start
    3,638 ft
  • Altitude end
    3,638 ft
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  • Grade min
  • Distance climb
    8 miles
  • Distance down
    8 miles
  • Distance flat
    1 mile
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