For more information and photos of passes we have cycled in Chile, please click on the pass names in the table.
|Portezuelo Paranal (Paso Jama)||4,836m||II – Antofagasta|
|Abra Taapaca*||4,802m||XV – Arica & Parinacota|
|Paso San Francisco||4,767m||III – Atacama|
|Paso Chungara/Tambo Quemado||4,686m||XV – Arica & Parinacota|
|Hito Cajon||4,665m||II – Antofagasta|
|Abra El Laco (Paso Sico)||4,578m||II – Antofagasta|
|Abra Mina Maricunga*||4,561m||III – Atacama|
|Abra Sico*||4,458m||II – Antofagasta|
|Abra Chapoco*||4,397m||XV – Arica & Parinacota|
|Abra Pircas Negras*||4,253m||III – Atacama|
* For these passes we couldn’t find a local name, so just named them after the nearest village/mountain/mine. If anyone knows the real names, please contact us.
These are some of the more well known passes we are aware of in Chile, but which we haven’t personally cycled. Please contact us if you have information about any others.
|Paso Picavilque||5,085m||I – Tarapacá|
|Paso de Agua Negra||4,775m||IV – Coquimbo|
|Paso Los Libertadores/Cristo Redentor||3,840m||V – Valparaiso|
Mountains with roads up them
There are high roads on a number of Chilean mountains, and it’s possible to cycle up some of these. Here is a selection:
|Mountain||Altitude road was built to / Altitude it’s now possible to cycle to||Region|
|Aucanquilcha||6,176m / ~5,130m||II – Antofagasta|
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