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ADV EventsGuided ToursContinental Divide Ride: South America - Mar. 5-18, 2016

Continental Divide Ride: South America – Mar. 5-18, 2016

 An amazing trip that embodies the essence of "Adventure Riding"

Published on 12.02.2015

RawHyde’s Continental Divide Ride South America is a 2,400 mile ride through four remarkably different countries which all share a single incredible geologic feature – The most influential mountain range in the world; The Mighty Andes!

The Andes form the Continental Divide of South America, and in turn create two of the most extreme climates on earth. The Amazon River basin and jungle on the east side – and the Atacama Desert to the west. The Amazon is the largest river on earth… and the Atacama is the driest desert on earth… all created by the Continental Divide of South America.

RawHyde has a great itinerary for you to enjoy as you travel from the UNESCO world heritage city of Cusco, Peru to Mendoza, Argentina. Along the way you’ll have the chance to cross the Andes at elevations over 16,000 feet, you’ll ride the famous “Altiplano” and the Salt Flats of Bolivia. You’ll also have a chance to conquer the infamous “Death Road” of Bolivia. It’s an amazing trip that embodies the essence of “Adventure Riding”.


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Organizer: RawHyde Adventures
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Author: Annette Peterson
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