Imagine over 100 miles of groomed trails for hiking, jogging or biking that satisfy every level of enthusiast from pro to weekend warrior to beach cruiser. The San Carlos wilderness provides breathtaking views of desert and coastline cooled by ocean breezes. 

Most popular - the Badlands, an arroyo maze nicknamed "the Little Grand Canyon" challenges and rewards those brave hearty souls with a Mr. Toad's Wild Ride run of never-ending blind turns and gut wrenching dips, bumps & jumps. But don't let that scare you.  We've created a series of fun zones just to mix it up. The Badlands is quickly becoming a MTB attraction.

There are many trails that provide a mild to manic aerobic workout combined with dramatic scenery so don't forget your pocket digital camera and your camel back.



Whether you crave casual off road touring or a thrilling downhill,  the possibilities are limited only by your imagination, your thirst for adventure and your willingness to push your limits. Download our trail map to see what awaits you.

But don't take our word for it.  Check out what BIKE magazine, IMBIKEMAG & MTB-UK had to say about us and the comments from stoked MTBers that have already bought the ticket and taken the ride.





PINKBIKE - Adventure in Punta San Carlos

PINKBIKE - Punta San Carlos Revisited


Follow Me - the Teaser from Anthill Films on Vimeo.

Check out these bofo phots from the "Follow Me" shoots


Need gear to use?  We've got a fleet of top notch bikes like Santa Cruz & Ibis.  Call to see if we've got what you need.  No need to pack your own, you're covered with our MTB gear option.  Just pack your bike clothes & shoes.

Punta San Carlos  Trail Map Download     TRAIL MAP PDF

Crazy about MTB? so are we!

you've got to see what we've been up to out back, especially in the Badlands, a virtual endless playground for all levels of MTB fun.

click here for  slideshow 1 & here for a special Semana de los Muertos show


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