Private San Cristobal Hill & Metropolitan Park Santiago Bike Tour

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 3 Hrs
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  • Departure Time :
    10:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    El Comendador 2060, Providencia, Región Metropolitana, Chile
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Get some fresh air and see Santiago and its number one attraction, San Cristobal Hill on this 3-hour private mountain bike tour. Ride up to the hill top or choose to ride up with the new Cable Car. Follow the route to the top to take in panoramic views over the capital city while learning interesting facts about the city and Chilean culture.


Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver

All necessary equipment included

Choice of morning or afternoon departure

Pickup from a centrally located meeting point

Cycle the city streets to absorb the local atmosphere

Know More about this tour

Start your tour close to Metropolitan Park entrance (Pedro de Valdivia) at 10 am for morning departures and 3 pm for afternoon departures. Bike through the Pedro de Valdivia Norte neighborhood and arrive in Metropolitan Park for a quick warm-up exercise, including instructions on the correct use and ride of the mountain bikes. The tour includes a 1 hour approx. bike ride up to San Cristobal hill, or optionally to ride up with the Cable Car to the hill top.

Bike uphill toward San Cristobal's hilltop, starting at 1,706 feet (520 meters) and reaching a summit of 2,887 feet (880 meters). This point allows a full 360-degree view over Santiago. Every weekend hundreds of Santiaguinos bike up this renowned hill, which offers fantastic views and an escape from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan city life.

At the top, climb up to the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception statue, or enjoy a delicious mote con huesillos (traditional Chilean beverage) and empanadas (savory Chilean pasties) at your own expense. Descend downhill toward the Pedro de Valdivia's side of the park entrance and return to the starting point through the principal parks of the city.


Use of Trek 3900 or Mongoose bike

Helmet, Bike gloves

Water bottle

Private tour

Emergency kit


Food and drinks


Hotel pickup and drop-off

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

Not recommended for travelers with back problems

Minimum height for tour is 4' 5" (1.37 m)

Maximum height for tour is 6'6" (2 m)

Minimum age is 12 years

Traveler Reviews

  • 24-Mar-2018

    Great tour with Jenni and Patricio. They were flexible with our varied ability levels. Good equipment, knowledgeable guides and beautiful views! Highly recommended as a must tour in Santiago!

  • 24-Feb-2017

    Excellent bike tour and relaxed cable car ride up offering the best views of the city!
    I took this tour together with my family from Japan during their visit in Santiago.
    Of all the tours I saw on Viator and TripAdvisor, this seemed like the most entertaining and personalized. Our guide was knowledgeable and gave us useful information about the city and what places to visit after the tour.
    The bike ride down was definitely unforgettable where we could see great views of both sizes of the city. The bikes and the gear seemed to be really well maintained.
    Thank you Huaso Tours for this great experience!

  • 09-Feb-2017

    This was a great tour! Jenni was a knowledgable guide and she really customized the tour for me. I loved taking the cable car to the top of San Cristobal Hill, enjoyed riding around the park and the city, and learned a lot about the city from Jenni. It was a lovely tour! We ended up clocking 18.5 miles, and it was totally custom to my comfort, fitness level, and what I wanted to see in the city/park. Well done, Jenni!