Dave and I love to mountain bike. We hit the trails regularly in the summer and get out of the city as much as possible. It is so much fun to ride a new obstacle with success, get up the nerve to go down a steep trail and totally gratifying to conquer an epic climb.
When we read that we could mountain bike in Sri Lanka’s Hill Country, we made sure to hop on the train to check it out.
Mountain bikes can be rented in Tea Country of Nuwara Eliya for 1000 Rs per day.
We didn’t have any shoes or helmets and unfortunately they don’t rent them along with the bikes. We had been itching for a ride however, so we decided to chance it and see what trails are around the area.
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