Issue 142 International Adventure: Costa Del Climb

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Amanda goes on a beach holiday, turns her back to the sea and rides inland to find trails and adventure. Given the opportunity of a cheap flight, a lift from the airport, and free accommodation, there aren’t many destinations I wouldn’t manage to get inspired by. There’s an adventure to be had almost anywhere and, even if not, there’s the novelty of getting more stamps in my passport throughout the EU now… My partner’s dad, John, is renting an apartment on the south coast of Spain for the year. Blue skies, sandy beaches, churros and good coffee? Usually I’m not...

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  • Issue 142 International Adventure: Costa Del Climb
  • arkike
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    It looks like you had good adventures there.
    La Costa del Sol is actually my Xmas destination every year.
    Amanda, next time take your mtb. No far from Torrox you got Montes de Málaga where there are some enduro trails in Los Almendrales.
    I always stay in Benalmadena where you can take your bike in the cable car to the top of Calamoro Mountain, a DH paradise with some descents of about 14/16 Kms.
    Just take full body protection 😉

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