Five reasons to ride the Haute Route Mexico


15/05/2019

#1 Get to know the beauty of Central Mexico
The Haute Route Mexico will take place around the area of Valle de Bravo, located in the heart of central Mexico. The unique geography of this location features demanding climbs, thrilling descents and stunning scenery everywhere you look. Not only will you get to experience the beauty of the mountains and pine forests, but you will also cycle through villages and small towns full of local colour and culture. This is the perfect opportunity to witness the splendour of Mexico all in one place.

#2 Valle de Bravo – a popular hub for adventure sports in Mexico
Locals from Mexico City will tell you that Valle de Bravo is without doubt the place to be for thrill-seekers and adventure lovers. From paragliding to sailing and from mountain biking to trail running, Valle de Bravo offers every outdoor activity you can imagine in a beautiful location.

#3 Choose a course that suits you
You can either take on the challenge of the Original course or decide to ride the Compact course which provides the same experience but on an easier route. Riders will experience the same support and amenities on and off the bike. The results will be split in Compact and Original courses you can compare your time and position with others on the same course as you.

#4 Authentic Mexican cuisine
The famous Mexican gastronomy was recognised as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2010. In Valle de Bravo you can experience the delicious flavours, the secret recipes and the fresh ingredients first-hand.

#5 One of Mexico’s Magic Towns
A Magic Town (Pueblo Mágico) is the name given to a place by the Mexican Tourism Boards due to its traditional spirit and mix of historical, cultural and aesthetic qualities. Valle de Bravo is considered one of the Top 3 Magic Towns due to its tourism infrastructure, unique geography, traditional cuisine and overall experience. It is also well-known as being the migration place for the Monarch Butterfly.