Best mountain biking trails in Community of Madrid, Spain

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Explore the most popular mountain biking trails in Community of Madrid with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of mountain biking trails in Community of Madrid, Spain
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#1 - Cerro de la Atalaya - Peñáguila - Río Guadalix
El Molar, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Length: 7.3 mi • Est. 2 h 56 m
Circular route, preferably to be done in autumn, winter or spring, especially due to the diversity of colors. For the most daring in summer. The journey runs, in the first kilometers, through scrub landscapes, characterized by abundance of broom, holm oaks, fig trees, junipers, etc. On this route we passed through the Molar Watchtower, an Arab construction, during the caliphate of "Al Andalus", in their dispute with the Christians, whose purpose was military, defensive and strategic, and from which large tracts of land could be seen in the 360 degrees, where the eye cannot see. After approaching the valley through which the Guadalix river flows, which has its source in Morcuera; The landscapes and cliffs are placed before us, delighting the hiker with views of a quality of exquisite beauty. As this route lacks any water point, it is highly recommended to stockpile good water reserves, especially in summer, since although it is not a difficult journey, it should not be taken lightly because it is moderate. Enjoy this route and, above all, conserve nature!Show more
#2 - Circular Casa de Campo
Casa de Campo
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Length: 7.3 mi • Est. 2 h 55 m
The Casa de Campo in Madrid is a classic for those who want to enjoy a day outdoors and do some sporting activity such as hiking, cycling, running, etc. The Casa de Campo is made up of an infinity of paths and trails that give adventurers many possibilities. There are also bike lanes and areas with a confluence of pedestrians and bicycles, so it is recommended to avoid these or take special precaution. This route begins in the parking lot located at the eastern end, next to the Lake and continues towards the north choosing a pedestrian path. There are many bicycles near a footbridge over the M 30, so if you go with children or with loose dogs, be very attentive here. You continue next to a private path that belongs to the Escuela de Canteria and then you come to a pine forest. Dogs can go loose until 10am and from 7pm in winter and 8pm in summer. The rest of the day they must be tied up.Show more
#3 - Zetas de La Pedriza
Manzanares El Real, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Length: 21.7 mi • Est. 11 h 22 m
This is a popular trail through the forest. Mountain bikers love this trail. It takes you by La Nava and it is best in the spring and autumn as the summer can be too hot and there can be too much snow in the winter. There are several offshoots and adaptations that you can make on this route. Show more
#4 - Monte Abantos vía GR 10
San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Length: 6.9 mi • Est. 3 h 48 m
The route of Mount or Pico de Abantos is an essential excursion if you want to enjoy the full mountains very close to the Madrid capital. This route is named for the multitude of birds of this species that can be seen in this area. Despite the fact that the route begins in the beautiful town of San Lorenzo del Escorial, the west face of this mountain belongs to the province of Ávila. From most of the route the views are impressive and looking north you can enjoy the Cuelgamuros Valley, famous for being the historic Valley of the Fallen there. The first half of the route is uphill so it can be a bit complicated for hikers less used to the mountains, although in general it is an affordable route for all audiences.Show more
#5 - Los Cerros
Parque Natural Los Cerros
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Length: 7.6 mi • Est. 3 h 3 m
#6 - Camino de la Vega
Villanueva de la Cañada, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Length: 4.6 mi • Est. 2 h 4 m
#7 - Las Dehesas a Puerto de La Fuenfría por la Calzada Romana
Sierra de Guadarrama National Park
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Length: 5.3 mi • Est. 3 h 10 m
This route starts at the parking area in the Las Dehesas recreation area. You'll then go up the Roman Road to the Puerto de La Fuenfría. The route shown here has the hiker returning the way they came, however there are several other trails you can see on the map that would also lead you back to the parking area. This route can also be used to access the Fuente de la Fuenfría.Show more
#8 - Cortados de Rivas - Ribera del Jarama
Rivas-Vaciamadrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Length: 21.0 mi • Est. 9 h 21 m
This hike is a very varied excursion, passing by a track at the top of the Cortado de Rivas (Pueblo and Vaciamadrid) with steep ascents and descents, narrow but very beautiful paths along the Jarama River and some section of road until reaching the point of departure.Show more
#9 - Camino de Villalba, Camino a la Casa del Monte y Senda Elefantes
Hoyo de Manzanares, Community of Madrid, Spain
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Length: 21.1 mi
#10 - Navacerrada - La Barranca - La Maliciosa
Parque Regional de la Cuenca Alta de Manzanares
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Length: 24.4 mi
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