At El Pinacate you can also bike your way down the trails. Along the information trails you can learn more about the unique and striking El Pinacate, its history and its culture. In this area there are over 540 species of plants, 40 species of mammals, 200 species of birds, 40 species of reptiles including amphibians and freshwater fish. There are also threatened endemic species such as Sonoran pronghorn, bighorn sheep, gila monsters and desert tortoises. While cycling through the mountain you can stop and enjoy nature whenever you feel so inclined and will have the perfect opportunity to appreciate that you are in the middle of a World Heritage Site. Here, you can admire the environmental and cultural importance of the site while enjoying the view from a different angle and appreciate one of the unique ecosystems in the world.