El Chorro Lakes

Riding high above the Malaga coastline, you'll take in Guaro and Alhaurin El Grande, eventually arriving and staying overnight close to the lakes of El Chorro. On day 2 you'll take in more sights along the route with more stunning views of the lakes arriving back at Dust Devils HQ to finish your 2 day tour.

What you'll do

This route takes in some breathtaking views as it climbs from Guaro through Alhaurin El Grande towards Alozaina and then up into the mountains above El Burgo. The riding is full of mountain curves high above the coastline of Malaga. The route then heads down towards the town of Ardales before entering the lakes of El Chorro. Here you will experience the vast mountain ranges and one of the most awaited reforms of the ‘Camino Del Rey’. This is a small walkway passing through two cliff faces suspended high above a gorge cut out by years of water erosion. After the lunch stop the ride continues further inland passing through olive groves and pine forests towards our overnight stop at the lakes.

Itinerary

Day 1

09:15 - Arrive in Dust Devils HQ
09:30 - Riding equipment and kits
09:45 - Full safety briefing
10:00 - Start riding through our hand selected routes with our guide
13:00 - Lunch in one of the many beautiful locations along the route
14:00 - Re-start riding
17:00 - Staying at our pre-arranged hotel near El Chorro Lakes (Included in price)

Day 2

09:00 - Breakfast at the Hotel
09:30 - Resume riding through our hand selected routes with our guide
13:00 - Lunch in one of the many beautiful locations along the route
14:00 - Re-start riding
17:00 - Arrival back at Dust Devils HQ

What's Included

Alpinestars Boots

Alpinestars Tech 3 Boots

Drinks

Water & beer at the end of the ride

Fuel

All fuel included

Gear

Helmet, Googles, Clothing, Boots, Gloves

Kriega Hydro 3

Hydro 3 backpacks

Lunch

Lunch on ride days

Photos

Photos of the day

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Your Guides and Safety

Dust Devils Adventure Tours never compromise on safety. The needs of every rider are taken into account and everyday our team will run through a step-by-step briefing.

Briefing will communicate our strict safety policies and procedures as well as important information about the trails and expected rider behaviour, from how to use your bike to what to expect on tour. Comfort, security and safety is paramount and only when all riders are happy do we commence the tour.

Our guides have extensive knowledge of the trails and terrain visited. They will give constructive guidance on degree of difficulty. Alternative routes are always available so we never put riders in the position of being pressured into doing things they don’t wish to.

We have enough guides to break down groups into the appropriate experience levels. At Dust Devils personal safety is paramount but you will be pushed and challenged so prepare for your adrenalin to get pumping!

Sharing your wishes and preferences with us at the time of booking will assist us in our planning and help us deliver the perfect tour experience.

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Reviews

Brilliant Weekend

Great weekend riding for 10 of us. We had Carlos and Timo as our guides, who were brilliant. Really cool, positive guys who allowed us to ride to and test our abilities. Positives: Bikes are new, no a
Grixster

Best trip by far

Just got home from an awesome off road riding holiday with two friends,I have to say that this is the eight trip to Spain and Italy all with different companies and we all agreed that Dust Devils has.
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Got a question about the tour? Here are some frequently asked questions, if anything is missing, get in touch!

What is the nearest airport to dust devils?

Malaga Airport is approximately 60 km from Marbella.

Where are dust devils located?

We are based on the outskirts of Coín in Malaga province, Andalucia. Our address is: Parque Empresarial Nave 14, 29100, Coín, Málaga, Spain

Will the insurance I get through my credit card be enough?

Usually not. We strongly advise everyone taking part in our holidays to take out holiday insurance that will cover them in case of accident. Please make sure the insurance you have will cover you if you are injured while riding. We can recommend a policy from SportsTrip. Prices start from approximately £32.00 so it is well worth it. Visit https://sportstrip.co.uk to arrange cover.

Will my EHIC card cover me in the event of an accident?

The EHIC card gets you access to medical services in Spain, it does not cover your medical costs and the EHIC is not a replacement for travel insurance. Make sure you have both before you travel.

Do I need to bring my drivers licence?

Yes absolutely. Dust Devils need to know you have the correct licence to ride your bike of choice and we also need to know of any restrictions and endorsements placed upon them by the issuing authority. You need to keep your licence with you whilst riding. Any rider under 21 years of age must have prior approval from Dust Devils SL. Please read the Terms and Conditions carefully.

I have half size feet/ big feet/ small feet/ different size feet. Do you have boots to fit?

Relax, we are confident we will have something to fit you!  However, if you have any doubts, feel free to contact us before your holiday to check.

I’m tall/ short/ large/ small. Do you have kit to fit me?

We are confident we will have kit that fits your size. However, if you have any doubts, feel free to contact us before you travel to check.

How do I pay?

Please refer to the terms and conditions page for deposit details. Please remember to make your final payment to Dust Devils SL in either cash (euros) or by credit card. It may be worth informing your bank that you will be travelling in Spain to avoid your card being declined. It is better in every case to pay for your holiday in cash, as we cannot control the bank’s exchange rate.

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