In this post we share with you an enduro bike route through Guía, Moya and Firgas. Keep in mind that, apart from being fun, it passes through very interesting areas where the Canarian aborigines used to live.
Enduro by bike around Guía, Moya and Firgas
The route begins on the beach of San Felipe. In this case, even on the sand when we catch a sunny day and at low tide. Then you must go up a dirt track that turns into asphalt, taking a shortcut to the land until you reach the municipality of Firgas. Exactly to make the famous descent of El Balneario de Azuaje.
After, you have to climb a royal stairway that reaches the vicinity of the Doramas (Moya) path. This part is kind of tough, unless you have an electric bike. In any case, you can carry your bike. Then the route goes through more bearable trails that take us to the Los Tilos de Moya area, a well-known hiking area that we have already told you about.
At the end of this trail, you must take another real road with a steep slope that leads to the vicinity of the recreational area of Santa Cristina (Guía). Here some fun trails await us to go down with our Enduro or All Mountain bike.
Then you must continue through the pasture of Santa María de Guía, with trails that go up and down, keeping us close to 500m of altitude. Later, you will begin to descend towards a mountain top where the aborigines gathered to discuss their decisions, very close to the famous anthill. At this point we have spectacular views of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, San Felipe and the Guía mountain.
Then the final descent begins with a surprise. A new royal road that takes us up some zigzagging rocky stairs to the beach of San Felipe. From here you will have exclusive sea views, since very few locals have enjoyed them.
The route has a distance of 34.31km. We did it in about 4:40 hours at a leisurely pace with 3 stops. The accumulated difference is 1290m positive. Regarding the technical level necessary to do the tour with an enduro bike it would be medium, and with an All Mountain, medium-high, since the descent from the aboriginal area of Santa María de Guía is quite complicated, although you can walk.
TIP: during the journey there are not too many places to buy water, so we recommend you carry at least two liters. The last point you will find to buy food and drinks is in Firgas.
Video of the route
Track of the enduro bike route around Guía, Moya and Firgas
Then we leave you the route track so that you can do it on your own. The file is .gpx, so you can see it in almost all the navigators on the market or even on your smartphone using the Guru Maps app. Here we explain you how to download the track and follow it.
Finally, you should know that this entry has been sponsored by our favorite clothing brand ChelaClo. Here you will find fashion inspired by life on two wheels, as well as access to a large community of cyclists and bikers. Below you can find more enduro routes and tracks.