Masca is a hamlet hidden between impressive stone walls, the road that accesses the village already supposes a spectacle.
We move to the town of Guía de Isora to start our adventure, possibly the most spectacular and hardest you’ve ever done.
Once past the Chío village, we continue to Santiago del Teide to make a stop and cross to the north face of the island. We descend to Buenavista del Norte, known as Isla Baja, where we will continue for about 10 kilometres between banana plantations.
We have 12km constant climb before facing the challenge of the day, Masca, one of the most demanding climbs on the island with 4km between 13% and 20% of unevenness.
Looking to complete that perfect cycling holiday, then we have put together a list of hotels that we would regard as been cycle friendly.
Hopefully our FAQ will be able to answer some of your basic enquiries with regards to hiring a bike with us.
There is always something happening here at Bike Point. So we will try to showcase some of our adventures.
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