From ARS 650
To make the most of Circuito Chico, we present the combination of renting a Deluxe Bike with one hour kayak o SUP at Lake Moreno.
Bikes 26” are standard, apt for the general public.
Available frames for cyclists from 160cm up to 210cm height.
All bikes have front suspension without lockout, mechanical disk brakes, 24 gears, air pump and a lock.
Includes helmet (of mandatory use), map, and explanations of everything there is to see and do around Circuito Chico.
*Equipment NOT for downhill mountain biking*
Kayak sit-on-top o Stand-up Paddle for one hour (choice between one another subject to availability)
Kayak sit-on-top for one adult. Life jacket with whistle and paddle included.
Ready to use at Lake Moreno.
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SAIL ALONE OR WITHOUT CONSTANT ADULT SUPERVISION
This self-guided tour begins at the entrance to Circuito Chico, at kilometer 18 of Bustillo Av, where our store is located. Circuito Chico is a 27km (17 mi) loop along a route with many ups, downs and curves, and it can be easily cycled in about 4h. –relaxed-. Highlights of the tour are the two bridges with beautiful views toward the lakes, the renowned Panoramic Point, López Bay, Pañuelo Port, Llao Llao and the San Eduardo Chapel, and finally ending back at our store.
Optionally, there are two dirt road detours: the first one goes to the historical town of Colonia Suiza (adding 6km -4 mi- and 1 h to the tour), where on Wednesdays and Sundays you can enjoy Curanto –a traditional kind of stew cooked underground- and other gastronomic offers, as well as an outdoor artisan craft market. The second detour takes you to Villa Tacul (adding 3km -2mi- and 1h to the tour), which is a picnic area with some arrayán trees.
Only 3 km (2 mi) from our store, before reaching Lake Moreno's bridge, you'll find on your right Bahía Pascasio, where our kayak spot is. You can relax and go around the bay in about one hour. We recommend to follow our staff safety directions in accordance with climatological conditions
Don’t forget to bring:
CHILDREN CAN’T SAIL BY THEMSELVES OR WITHOUT CONSTANT ADULT SUPERVISION