Cordillera Mountain Bike Tour

Cordillera Mountain Range on Mountain Bike

from $990

The Cordillera Mountain Range is one of the longest mountain ranges situated in the Northern part of the Philippines. It is home to different northern cultures and tribes like the Ibaloi, Kankanaey, Isneg, and Ifugao. Each of them have their own unique set of cultures, traditions, beliefs and religion.

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    Caving, Guided Tours, Hiking, Mountain Biking
  • Activity Level Challenging
  • Group Size Small Group
    Maximum of 8
All about the Cordillera Mountain Range on Mountain Bike.

The vast natural resources of the Cordillera Mountain Range makes it an ideal mountain biking destination here in the Philippines. Everywhere you look is very scenic. The amazing rice terraces, dark caves, cold rivers, and tall waterfalls are the highlights of this mountain bike tour.

What’s the riding like for our Cordillera Mountain Bike Tour? You’ll be riding most of the time on back roads and technical single tracks with very scenic views of the mountains and rice terraces. Biking in the Cordillera mountain range is twice as hard because of the unpredictable weather, thinner air, and technicality of the trail.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Mountain bike with safety helmet
    • inclusive of bike maintenance and consumables
  • Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
  • Bike, people and baggage transportation
  • Hotel accommodation base on twin-sharing
  • Fruit snacks
  • Hydration
    • Bottled Water
    • Sports Drink
  • Bike Tour Leader
  • Local guide if necessary
  • Local trekking guide
  • Optional beverage / alcoholic drinks
  • Domestic air plane ticket from Tuguegarao City to Manila
What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  1. Day 1 Manila to Baguio City

    We will transport you from Manila to the City of Baguio. Travel time is 5 to 6 hours by land. It is situated in the mountains of Cordillera. Being a city on top of the mountain, the weather most of the day is colder as compared to other major cities like Manila and Tuguegarao.

  2. Day 2 Yellow Trail

    We will bike Baguio’s Yellow Trail or other trails nearby. Yellow Trail is short but technical. It can be ridden in two hours. Most part of it is single tracks with lots of roots of pine trees. However, if Yellow Trail is not available for us, we will ride other trails nearby. The trails in Benguet is composed of dirt road, single tracks, and pavements. There are long uphills and downhills.

  3. Day 3 Sagada

    Travel time from Baguio to Sagada is approximately 4 hours by land. We will be biking the backdoor trail up to Sagada’s town proper. The distance is 10 to 12 kilometers uphill. Along the way, we will visit a cave which is popular in Sagada a traditional burial site. Sagada’s ancient people bury their dead relatives in caves in a wooden coffin. Also, we will be seeing the Hanging Coffin of Sagada.

    We will have our lunch in the town proper. After lunch we will bike to Kiltepan Rice Terraces which is 8 kilometers away from the town proper. We will take the rough road to Kiltepan and then back to Sagada town proper.

  4. Day 4 Sagada

    Today, we will have more of Sagada’s trails. We will ride the Marlboro Trail in the morning and Pilao ridge in the afternoon. Total riding distance is around 30 kilometers from and back to your hotel.

  5. Day 5 Tinglayan, Kalinga Province

    We will leave Sagada early in the morning for Tinglayan, Kalinga Province. We will be biking most of the time on paved roads. Although it is mostly road, it is one of the most scenic ride in this tour with several rice terraces, mountains and rivers. Distance from Sagada to Tinglayan is 60kms.

  6. Day 6 Buscalan, Kalinga Province

    Buscalan is the home of the oldest traditional tattoo artist in the Philippines. Her name is Fang Od. If you want to get a tattoo or a huge fan of tattoos, then you came to the right place. There is, however, a 40-minute trek to the small village of Buscalan. And since, this part of the route is not doable by bike, we arrange several porters that will carry our bikes to the next village, known as Butbut. From Butbut, we will bike down to Tinglayan. Butbut is only accessible by motorbike, mountain bikes, and 4×4 vehicles. Don’t forget to take pictures because this ride is very scenic. Buscalan and Butbut are situated higher that Tinglayan so it is colder there and has thinner air. In the afternoon, we will have to leave your hotel for Tabuk City. The purpose of doing this is to get you closer to the airport in Tuguegarao City.

  7. Day 7 Tuguegarao to Manila via Airplane

    We will now head to Tuguegarao Airport. Travel time from your hotel is 1.5 to 2 hours. Today is a no-biking day because we have to leave early and catch your flight back to Manila.

Sagada Mountain Bike Trail

We require a minimum of 2 persons for this trip to depart. Contact us if you can not meet the minimum number of participants. We are very flexible in terms of rates.

Our maximum number is 12 persons for each group.

Yes, you can bring and use your own mountain bike. If you choose to bring your own mountain bike in the tour, we will deduct the bike rental fee from your payment.

Yes, there is a support vehicle that carries our supplies, food, and other stuff. In case you become too tired or in cases of emergency you can always ride the vehicle. It is always on stand by.

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