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Progress Map & GPX Routes: CyclingAbout The Americas (2017-2020)

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1. Ushuaia to El Chalten (Argentina) – Download HERE
2. Carretera Austral Highway (Chile) – Download HERE
3. Carretera Austral to Bariloche (Argentina) – Download HERE
4. Crossing La Pampa (Argentina) – Download HERE
5. The Far East (Uruguay, Brazil, Argentina) – Download HERE
6. The Altiplano (Argentina, Chile, Bolivia) – Download HERE
7. The Salt Flats & Yungas Mountains (Bolivia) – Download HERE
8. Off-road from La Paz to Cusco (Bolivia, Peru) – Download HERE
8a. Based on Ruta de Las Tres Cordilleras, by Cass Gilbert – More info HERE
9. Following the Peru Divide (Peru) – Download HERE
9a. Based on the Peru Great Divide, by The Pikes – More info HERE
10. Huaraz to Trujillo (Peru) – Download HERE
11. Trans Ecuador Mountain Bike Route Singletrack P1 – Download HERE
12. Trans Ecuador Mountain Bike Route Singletrack P2 – Download HERE
13. Trans Ecuador Mountain Bike Route Singletrack P3 – Download HERE
13a. Based on a route combination of the TEMBR dirt road and singletrack, by Cass Gilbert – More info HERE & HERE
14. Forbidden Roads (Colombia) – Download HERE
15. The Backroads of Panama – Download HERE
16. The Nicoya Peninsula (Costa Rica) – Download HERE
16a. Based on the Nicoya Peninsula Dirt Road Odyssey, by Logan Watts – More info HERE
17. Volcano Hunting in Central America (Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala) – Download HERE
18. Off-road in Mexico with Eesh – Download HERE
18a. Based on the Trans-Mexico Sur & Norte bikepacking routes, by Mark Watson – More info HERE
19. Trans-Mexico until self-isolation in Aguascalientes due to COVID-19 – Download HERE
19a. Based on the Trans-Mexico Norte bikepacking routes, by Mark Watson – More info HERE

Coming Up Next:
Trans Mexico Norte (TBD)
Baja Divide Mexico (TBD)
Deserts of the USA (TBD)
Continental Divide USA (TBD)
Backroads of Canada (TBD)
Alaska USA (TBD)

*** Please note***
These are my actual routes. I do not necessarily recommend following them precisely, so make sure to compare them against the “official” routes found on websites like BIKEPACKING.com or AndesByBike.com.

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