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  Motorcycle adventure tours through Spain & off-road training centre near the Parque de Cazorla
   
  Tour: Cazorla Valley
 
  Tours Dates: See booking page
  Prices: from £99
  Total Distance: 110 to 156 km per day
  Accomodation: Hotel included
  Riding levels: 1 to 5 (see FAQ page)
  Lunch
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We offer three standard tours to choose from these, although we are flexible and are willing to adapt routes to suit your requirements, we can for example combine a tour with en-route training or a group can have three days riding, a day off before two more days exploring locally. All of the standard routes are run as loops that depart from your hotel or our HQ, continue reading below for details each of these routes, each route map has interactive images to show the typical terrain to expect. We can adapt tours to suit the individual requirements of a groups should it be requested.

 
 
 
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  Cazorla route 1 (148km)  
Route 1 heads southwards starting metres from the hotel the trail winds it way through the valley as the olive groves give way to open countryside of almost a lunar appearance. Nearing the Plato the trails widen and are graded to piste standard which are fringed by pines, although high and scenic these can be ridden at speed but this changes when dropping down the other side, once in the lowlands mud holes and river crossings can soon slow things down to a normal pace. Reaching the most Southerly end of the trail we take to the tarmac for a few Kms to reach our lunch stop and for the greatest challenge of the day, the restaurants speciality is a mixed grill which cooked over a wood fire, to date no one has managed to eat it all yet!
  Cazorla route 3 (156km)  
Route 3 heads northwards, initially starting on gentle wide trails through the valley then as the trail narrow they begin to ascend through picturesque olive groves which skirt the park boundary, the trail peaks at 1043m before heading westwards. Now turning on a south west course we gently descend to our lunch stop and replenish our water supplies, this section is one of the most remote areas we encounter a true wilderness; you can’t even receive a mobile signal here, but ideal for those group photos with a fantastic backdrop.
  Cazorla route 2 (110km)  
Route 2 heads westwards starting just below the hotel the trail winds it way through the valley as the olive groves give way to open countryside, as we pass by our training ground we can afford ten minutes to play in the bowl. Continuing on our way feeling another challenge is needed we divert off to “Watt Hill” (see FAQ’s) the trails are rocky but not problematic, in fact they’re actually a blast to ride, with drops and rises along “The Ridge” we arrive at the castle on top of the hill, the highest part of the ridge with an unbelievable panoramic view, here the option can be taken whether to attempt dropping down for a hill climb attempt or not. After the photo’s and hill climb fun we get back on the pace as there’s still plenty of trails to explore before we reach our lunch stop, and for the fit there’s a motocross track near the restaurant! After lunch turn south east past the sierra Magina range and head back to the hotel for a well deserved dust removing beverage!
  Have a go  
The three tours listed are our standard tours, but we have a vast number of trails at our disposal so if you would like to cover less distance as you're a bit rusty then why not come out for ride with no pre set itinery. That way there's no pressure to keep up as we ride and stop at your pace, throw in some hints and tips to help you enjoy the day.
 
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