CRUCE DEL ISTMO PANAMÁ 2023
It is considered one of the toughest endurance events in Panama. It consists of crossing the Republic of Panama from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean, bordering the Panama Canal, crossing the great Gatun Lake in Cayuco, passing through tropical rainforests, all in a single day.
It is one of the toughest and most respected mtb events in Panama; It is an MTB race, which has a mixed route of 120 kilometers with a positive accumulated difference of 1800 meters. The route is divided into 70% off road and 30% asphalt.
It is an exclusive adventure test for 400 runners, motivated mainly by the practice of activities in nature and outdoors, in which all kinds of challenges associated with the effort and risk of the typography of the Panamanian tropical forest are faced, suitable for Mtb bikes, gravel and E-bikes.
The event has 2 distances GRAN FONDO 120 km and 1800 meters of unevenness and MEDIO FONDO 60 kms and 840 meters of unevenness, in both routes the Gatun Lake is crossed in cayucos, typical boats of Panamanian fishermen or indigenous people.
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Cruce del Istmo 2023
400 limited participants
Presale $120 40 seats or until December 30
Phase 1 $160 100 seats or until March 30
Phase 2 $190 100 seats or until May 30
Phase 3 $220 100 seats or until August 30
Phase 4 and final $250 60 places or until September 30
Optional additional transportation from the host hotel to the exit in Colon and from the finish line to the host hotel $35
Registration for the race is personal and non-transferable and registration is considered completed once the participant has completed the registration and payment process. Similarly, we reiterate that the organizers will NOT make money refunds regardless of the reasons that make it impossible for the runner to participate in the competition.
CIUDAD DE PANAMÁ
In Panama you will not only find treasures such as beautiful beaches and dream islands. Panama City is the most cosmopolitan capital in Central America and a must-see for any traveler to the area. The capital of Panama is actually 3 cities in one: a historic district, a reconstructed district, and very modern areas. This vibrant and dynamic urban center is a truly cosmopolitan city in the middle of the tropics, so prepare to see towering skyscrapers surrounded by stunning nature. And let’s not forget that Panama City is home to one of the 7 wonders of the world created by man: the famous Panama Canal. Thanks to this and the best connected airport in Latin America, Panama City really helps keep the world connected.
To enjoy all that Panama City has to offer, stay at least a few days and consider extending your trip so you can do as much as you want! Upon arrival in the city, explore the Casco Antiguo: it is the historic district of the city and is home to some of the best hotels and terrace bars. Also make sure to visit some of the best restaurants in the city. As a UNESCO Creative City for gastronomy, Panama City is home to a vibrant and diverse scene led by world-class chefs.
If you want to contemplate the three cities at the same time (the old, the reconstructed and the modern) from 199 meters high, walk to the highest point of the city: Cerro Ancón. This viewpoint is a must see for all visitors. You should also visit the Parque Natural Metropolitano, a true tropical jungle in the middle of the urban area, making Panama City the only national capital in the world with a tropical jungle within the city limits. And, of course, you must know the world-famous Panama Canal: see it from the Miraflores locks, just a few minutes from the heart of Panama City.