71 miles
11,018 ft
-12,094 ft
4,264 ft
High Point

After Start you'll reach the secondary route that will border Lake Neltume. You will be able to see the beautiful Lake, after it will leave the route to enter the sector of La Vega, a classic area of Transandes, in which you will shoot in easily by the banks of the Cua-Cua river. After returning to the vehicular route, will only be a few kilometers before beginning the ascent towards the sector of Trafún. The road will be steadily rising, each time the narrowest route and with dense vegetation. In kilometer 45 you will have a rest, the slope will decrease and there will even be a small descent before connecting with the Transvolcanic route. The Villarrica volcano will witness your passage through the Villarrica National Park, where the majesty of the Araucaria Pines will justify the miles traveled.
The road will go down rapidly to kilometer 83, where you will enter a small path that will ascend again to the sector of Los Nevados, after a few kilometers you will arrive at a sector where different volcanic lahares have left the bare rock, different streams cross this Zone, being a unique point to appreciate the majesty of the volcano. The route continues with a rapid descent until the International route, you will roll to the side of the airport of Pucón before facing the last short path that finishes in the goal located in Eco Park of Pucón.

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More Stats for TAC 2019 Etapa 4 mountain bike route
  • Altitude change
    -1,076 ft
  • Altitude min
    663 ft
  • Altitude start
    1,835 ft
  • Altitude end
    759 ft
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  • Distance climb
    31 miles
  • Distance down
    37 miles
  • Distance flat
    3 miles
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