Another one of the must do routes in Cusco's backyard. This route was made in tribute to a local rider friend (RIP) named Broggy. It has hard and fast lines, as well as verticals and curves that will test your skills.
The length of the trail is 2 km. And it's characterized for being a thin, technical and loose dirt trail with many curves that passes through eucalyptus forests.
The route is 95% downhill, 5% flat.Difficulty: medium/advanced / Black Diamond
Trail distance: 2 km
Altitude of starting point (Abra de Qorao): 3776 m.a.s.l.
Altitude of arrival point (Quillahuata): 3546 m.a.s.l.
Elevation gain in descent: 230 m
**Travel time to the starting point is 40 minutes by car and 1:30 hours cycling from Cusco's Main Square.