43 Miles Long
La Paz & Coroico
The Yungas is a slender area of forest that runs along the eastern slope of the Andes Mountains, going from Peru through Bolivia and into the north of Argentina. This special ecosystem of land is the transition period between the forest floor and the Andes Highlands. A mixture of streams, valleys and fluvial mountain trails all contribute to the formation of this unique environment. What results is....
Since the opening of an alternative road in 2007, mountain bike companies have been setting up tours of the most dangerous road in the world. Thrill seeking tourists have been coming ever since to get a first hand experience of the life taking road. It must be said though that while there is no doubt that there is still danger in entering the stretch of land, Death Road is much safer now with deaths far less frequent than in the past.Choose One
The least popular way to reach La Paz and death road but in theory you can do it.
The most popular and most cost effective way to reach La Paz and eventually death road.
This offers the quickest way to reach La Paz but it this does come at a costly price.
Incredible! My heart was pounding the whole time but wow that feeling during it was something else! So much fun but also very safe.Tony - Florida, USA
I was on the hunt for an adrenaline filled experience and i got one! a must-do when in Bolivia in my opinion, something I’m not going to forget for a long time between the beautiful scenery and the nerve wrecking moments!Jhon - Manchester, England
I had so much fun riding Yungas Road! I was a little nervous and my heart was racing the whole time, but the guide did a great job making everyone feel safe.Steven - Sydney, Australia
I had the best time ever on Death Road. The views from the heights are amazing and it is such an adrenaline rush. Can’t recommend it enough!Salwua - Tel Aviv, Israel
Before coming to Bolivia I hadn’t planned on doing the death road cycling tour but I’m glad I did! The experience was great and the views (as long as you don’t get too close to the edge (; 10/10, would definitely recommend for anyone visiting Bolivia!Derek - California, USA