La Finca

Address: At 7 km of Coroico, in direction to Carmen Pampa in La Paz, Coroico, Bolivia | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on At 7 km of Coroico, in direction to Carmen Pampa in La Paz, Coroico, is near River Yacuma.
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Travel Blogs from Coroico

World's most dangerous road #2

A travel blog entry by steveclark on Feb 07, 2015

4 photos

... to let a lorry thorough the other side. You could tell it was a dodgy bit as they had started to build a tunnel. To be fair there was lots of construction being started in the way so it was good they were improving the roads, but it all felt a little risky. Luckily the roads seemed to get wider but around 5pm we came to a big queue. We stopped for a while so we ventured out to see the problem. After walking past about ...

World's Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Jan 05, 2015

6 comments, 4 photos

... it was easy to see why it was once the most dangerous road in the world. Now there are as little as 3 deaths a year, the majority of which are tourists of cheaper companies who skim on tyre and brake quality.

With a guide at the front and back, we stopped every couple of hundred metres for an explanation of various sections. Some contained morbid tales such as the passing through French corner as a French girl ...

Rainy Season

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 11, 2014

... I headed to an internet cafe which had a decent connection. There's quite a few things that I need to do online but none of them need immediate attention. There is however nothing to do in the town, so this was as good a way of spending my time as any. Through out the afternoon the skies cleared, and whilst it hasn't turned into an awesome day it's been good enough for a stroll. I headed out and up the mountain behind the town ...

Death Road

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 10, 2014

... elbow guards. I was warned it could get very cold up top but I didn't find it too bad. The company I booked with was one of the cheaper outfits but didn't skim on the gear. For 40 you could get a hardtail or 50 a full sus. I went for the latter, as 1). I've never ridden a bike of this calibre and 2). I was worried about my feet, which over the last few years start to really ache when I mountain bike and is one of the reason I stopped. It's also one of the reasons I ...

We survived the Death Road (just!)

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Nov 24, 2014

13 photos

... stopped to pay the 25 bolivianos to enter the natural park and have a light snack given to us by our tour operator "madness biking". We then went back in the coach for a 20 minute climb. The death road ride was thrilling, 63km of downhill dangerous curves on a rocky unstable road. One wrong turn or misjudgment and it could of been the end of the road. It was so much fun that in fact after a while the danger factor was forgotten. When we reached the end of the road, we all ...