Hotel Gloria Coroico

Address: Coroico, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Coroico, is near River Yacuma.
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Travel Blogs from Coroico

World's Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Jan 05, 2015

6 comments, 4 photos

... day.

After a 2 hour drive we stopped at the top of a paved road at an altitude of near 5000m and tested our top notch full suspension downhill mountain bikes worth $2500. It was absolutely freezing at the top so we were glad to have followed the advice of wearing multiple layers. As it was rainy season the weather and visibility were terrible and although we enjoyed flying down the paved section, we were saturated ...

Rainy Season

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 11, 2014

... it's a short whimsical tale. I think my book count is now up to 7.5, this one not included. The half is for Dave Gorman's book which you can pop in and out of, but without him talking about the topics in person becomes less funny and more ranty. Counting the number of books isn't a good way to represent anyway. The last book for example is over three times as long as the current one. I think the only thing that can really be ...

Death Road

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 10, 2014

... crazy. It's no longer the WMDR however because a new replacement road opened, leaving this one as the playground of tourists like myself. In fact we only saw three cars, and these often travel slower than us (since we have better visibility on corners). It can still dangerous though, back to LP: "the gravel road is narrow (just over 3.2 metres wide) with precipitous cliffs of 600m drops and few safety barriers." Mountain bikers do die. My LP quotes "around 15" ...

We survived the Death Road (just!)

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Nov 24, 2014

13 photos

Awaking early, we made the very short journey to the tour operator next to our hotel to be fit for our Bike and equipment. We were met by a total group of 13, made up of Australians, French (Aurelie and 3 other girls), a Belgian couple, one English (me) and one German (Leonie). After being kitted out with a full face helmet, jacket, trousers and gloves we boarded a large bus with the Bikes stored above. The journey took us out of the town and onwards up a steep ascent to 4700m ...

Day 1 of our Huayna Potosi trip, Ice Climbing

A travel blog entry by ryansarah on Nov 12, 2014

13 photos

We got a fruit salad at the local markets on our way to start our tour. It was huge and delicious and only $b10 each!! We had to meet at the Climbing South America office at 9 o'clock to meet our group and guides and get all the gear we needed. We packed up our bags and hoped into a mini van which took us up to the base camp. We stopped along the way for some ...