From the natural spring and terraces of Tipon, you’ll begin a cycle tour through the hilly terrain of the Sacred Valley.
You’ll eventually arrive at the village of Oropesa. The aroma of freshly baked wheat will likely be noticeable before you even arrive. The town is famous for its bread and almost every inhabitant relies on baking for their living, having done so for generations.
You’ll continue your ride past the Huacarpay lagoon to Piquillaqta Inca ruins. The secluded trail means you’ll be able to appreciate the diversity of bird species that can be found around the stone remains. It’s a long but rewarding day for bike riding enthusiasts.