Guatemala Gravity
Epic Enduro Trails, Delectable Food, and Exuberant Culture

Ride jumps and tech on this 10 day / 9 nights Mountain Bike Trip Guatemala

This 10 Day / 9 Night Mountain Bike Trip Guatemala is through the MTB Paradise that is Guatemala. Featuring 3 days of jumping and 3 days of focusing on tech and steeps. with 2 magical days discovering the culture of Guatemala!


Discover the ancient and sacred city of Antigua, voted the #1 City in Latin America in 2021.

Wind down thousand year old footpaths that end with cold beers at Mayan ruins.

Mountain bike, standup paddle board, and bask in and around the world-famous Lake Atitlán.

Ride the Carmona Bike Park - Guatemala's very own Whistler style jump line!



From $2,995
per person, double occupancy


10 Days / 9 Nights


Total Distance:

120 km / 75 Miles

Total Descent:

22,000m / 50,000ft

Group Size:

Min 3, Max 8


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Your Guatemala Gravity trip starts today! Our 2Wheel team will pick you up from the airport, help you get accommodated in our Antigua hotel, then give you some time to relax before we have a brief orientation and a great first night in Guatemala.

  • Accommodation:  Hotel in Antigua
  • Meals Included:  None

Our first day of riding in Guatemala will be spent at the La Carmona mountain bike park, a coffee plantation with over 50 kms of flowing, rolling, blow your mind purpose built single-track bliss! It is also home to Guatemala’s very own jump park. Need we say more? . . . La Carmona is the only trail of its kind here in Guatemala and the top of the trail network is at 2,500 mts (8,500 ft.), which we’ll climb via 4×4 shuttle and then drop into the beginning of an unreal ride down

After our first downhill ride/ warmup, we will then send the afternoon until the sunset. We’ll have a picnic lunch out at La Carmona and head back to Antigua for a group dinner.

  • Distance 20 km / 12 miles
  • Max Elevation 2,500 m / 7,800 ft
  • Ascent 250 m / 800 ft
  • Descent 1,700 m / 5,000 ft
  • Accommodation Hotel in Antigua
  • Meals Included B, L, Snacks

Today’s we will be going back to La Carmona to spend the whole day jumping, cornering and mastering our skills. Today will be fully dedicated to jumping tables, hips, drops, and doubles.

  • Distance:  20 km / 12 miles
  • Max Elevation:  2,500 m / 7,800 ft
  • Ascent:  250 m / 800 ft
  • Descent:  1,700 m / 5,000 ft
  • Accommodation:  Hotel in Antigua
  • Meals Included:  B, L, Snacks

The name says it all: “La Infinta” and the downhills does seem to go on forever. The ride starts up in a region locally referred to as Alaska. This plateau separates the Lake Atitlan region from the rest of the western highlands. Views abound up at ~3,400 m with the entire Guatemalan Ring of Fire off to either side. The ride plummets nearly 2,300 m on a wicked fun mix of terrain. After our shuttle out from the bottom on the backside of the lake we will finish the epic day with one more 400 m drop down to the lakeshore.

Tonight, we spent the first of two nights at Guatemala’s most magical hotel, La Casa del Mundo, perched on a secluded cliff along Lake Atitlan.

  • Distance:  20 km / 12 miles
  • Max Elevation:  3,400 m / 10,000 ft
  • Ascent:  270 m / 900 ft
  • Descent:  2,700 m / 9,000 ft
  • Accommodation:  La Casa del Mundo, Lake Atitlan
  • Meals Included:  B, L, D, Snacks


Today, choose your own adventure! Rent kayaks or paddle boards, hike to a neighboring town, swim in one of the watering holes, chill in a hammock amongst La Casa’s lush gardens, or book some relaxing time in lakefront wood-fired hot tub.


Accommodation Hotel, Lake Atitlan

Meals Included B, D, Snacks

Our first shuttle takes us up to the start of the Lake Atitlan Slickrock ride. At nearly 3,000 m above the lake, marvel at views of the canyons and surrounding volcanoes.

We will climb 5 kms on trail and the Atitlan slickrock to an area known as ‘El Corazón de las Nubes’, a Mayan Ceremonial site AND home to a unique mix of alpine grass, grazing sheep, and agave plants.

We will follow rocky, technical singletrack through pine forests passing through small Mayan communities.

After a picnic lunch and short shuttle we will continue our descent to Lake Atitlán in a 1,000 m downhill.

At the end of the Slickrock ride there is another sweet drop only minutes from the trailhead.

  • Distance:  28 km / 17 miles
  • Max Elevation:  2,895 m / 9,500 ft
  • Ascent:  300 m / 990 ft
  • Descent:  1,700 m / 5,200 ft
  • Accommodation:  Hotel, Panajachel
  • Meals Included:  B, L, Snacks

Two amazing shuttle runs on the eastern rim of Lake Atitlan! Both feature centuries old Mayan trade routes that once connected two of the major Atitlan villages with those of the eastern part of the country. La Santa Cat as it is known because it finishes in the village of Santa Catarina Palopo contours above the lake before it plummets down an a twisty urban staircase to the lake. The San Antonia Maya trail is arguably the oldest of all the footpaths into the Atitlan basin. It is also one of the most technical. Centuries of foot traffic have worn steps into the rock creating an almost Inca trail feel as you drop 400+ meters to the lake.

  • Distance:  28 km / 17 miles
  • Max Elevation:  2,895 m / 9,500 ft
  • Ascent:  300 m / 990 ft
  • Descent:  1,700 m / 5,200 ft
  • Accommodation:  Hotel in Antigua
  • Meals Included:  B, L, Snacks


Today we will back our things and back up the car and drive back to the beautiful town of Antigua where we started our journey. We arrive at Tecpan Ruins and tour the ruins for about 2 hours before we have lunch.

  • Accommodation:  Hotel in Antigua
  • Meals Included:  B, L, Snacks

For our final day of in Antigua we will be heading back to the infamous coffee farm La Carmona for another day of epic biking. For dinner we will have a farewell dinner with the whole crew!

  • Distance:  20 km /13 miles 
  • Max Elevation:  2,552 m / 8,373 ft
  • Descent:  1,500 m / 4,600 ft
  • Ascent:  1,000 m / 3,300 ft
  • Accommodation:  Hotel in Antigua
  • Meals Included:  B, L, Snacks

Today we will look back on our incredible Guatemala Gravity MTB vacation, do some last minute shopping around Antigua, and get your bikes packed up and ready to go home. Our 2Wheel team will take you to the airport and say goodbye until your next 2Wheel Epix Trip!

Meals Included:  B

Guatemala bike Map


This Gravity-focused mountain bike trip Guatemala is built for Intermediate + to Advanced riders who are looking to take their riding to the next level and go on the MTB Trip of a Lifetime! Riders will spend 3 days riding  a private jump line in the Guatemalan jungle, which features 42 jumps and was built by Tom Pro (The person who built A-line and all of Whistler Bike Park). The other 3 days of riding will feature some of Guatemalans biggest and baddest singeltrack trails, and we will focus on steep and technical riding.


  • WHAT’S INCLUDED in Your Trip Price

    • 9 nights accommodation in boutique hotels (8 nights) and cabanas (1 night)
    • 6 days of guided MTB rides in 4 different locations
    • 1 professional, local, bilingual MTB Guides per 4 riders
    • All transportation during trip
    • Arrival and departure airport transfers
    • 9 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 2 dinners, trail snacks
    • 1st beer on ride days, purified water
    • Entrance fees to bike parks and trails on ride days
    • Cultural activities noted in the itinerary
    • 24/7 support
    • Signature 2Wheel Epix Ride Jersey
    • Trip of a lifetime!

    Not Included

    • Airfare to/from the trip
    • Travel insurance
    • Bike and bike gear
    • Meals not listed as included
    • Guiding team tips (5%-15% of trip price/per person)
    • Optional activities
    • Anything not listed in What’s Included



    • 10-day trip, 6 days of riding, 2 cultural days, 2 Travel Days
    • Gravity focused clinic for Intermediate + to Advanced Riders!
    • 4 different riding locations and over 5 different geographies.
    • 3 different accommodations (boutique hotels, cabañas, guest houses)
    • Ride over 160 km / 100 mi and over 12,000 m / 40,000 vertical ft of descent
    • Experience all aspects of the Guatemalan Culture, the food, the art the people and of course the biking!

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