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Serra do Tepequem, Amajari

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  • Is a sensational experience to know this place. In a single geographic point, even abused years ago by the activity of the camp, today turned on my latest travel experience with friends. The place deserves to be well maintained, with very friendly people with the "outsiders" and breathtaking landscapes.
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  • Waterfalls and lush landscapes is not lacking in Tepequém. Especially for adventurers on duty, trails that lead to places untouched by humans are the rides that most fascinated me. For those who like to know the history of the site, I recommend to get a old guide in the region and make the walk to the Tilin the Gringo because the history of the site is full of curiosities due to large mining that brought much wealth to the site. Where to stay? The SESC facilities were still under construction in September 2016. There are several guesthouses and chalets available for the village. If you are looking for economy, there are camping areas and redários for $ 10, with bathroom and taken to recharge electronics. What to see? None of the attractions charge of visitation. The guides charge by the Group and the prices do well in business. To facilitate the consultation of locations, will list the main attractions and what you can do from them for the more adventurous:-P falls: after approximately 3 km drive begins the trail marked by SESC plates to the falls with approximately 200 steps. * There is an alternate path that leads to the top of the waterfall and has several natural pools along the course of the stream. * Some of the most beautiful photos were taken on the trail from the waterfall that leads to the top of the wall. * Last time followed by the side wall for about 1:00 until we can see the instance of the SESC, the plateau and many macaws on the way. * It is possible to access the waterfall of soapstone from the P, but the track is very difficult is should only be done with a guide. * Great place to camp when the volume of water is not high. -Soapstone falls: the highest waterfall of all Tepequém, would risk to say that exceeds 50 m tall. Your access is through P, the track is very difficult and the risk of accidents is great, therefore it is recommended to be done with a guide. * Your access is impossible during the flooding. -Cheap falls: after approximately 7 km by car and a trail by bounds and smooth rocks you can bathe in natural pools of cheap. * There is a medium difficulty trail that leads down to the lower part of the waterfall. * There is a natural pool deep enough to be able to jump on the stones. * Be very careful with the smooth stones, as we witness an incident where the person is too close to the edge and slipped below falls due to the false impression that the stone would have good adhesion to be dry. * Great place to camp, despite the camping Adventure to be abandoned in September 2016. -Tilin the Gringo: after about two and a half miles of car is started the trail that lasts approximately 1:00 in slow pace. I recommend visiting the site with one of the older guides, because it will tell the story of the village and will explain the whole process of artisanal mining. * It is possible to extend the trail to the waterfall of the funnel. -Funnel falls: accessible from the Tilin the Gringo, the trail is easy but closed. Lasts approximately 30 min in slow pace. * Great place to camp. We take a frozen chicken and spent in stone, was the best meal of the entire trip xD. -Rapids of Sobral: cars for those who will make the tour of Tilin the Gringo look good in front of the entrance. The trail is short and easy. * Recommend visiting on the way back from the walk in the Tilin the Gringo to cool off before heading back to the village. -Bayou black: the entrance is after the City Board and before the bridge that leads to the village of Tepequém, but all the doors were locked and we couldn't find anyone to take us, so we don't know the place, but not said there is a small trail that provides access to the stream and then a waterfall. -Tepequém plateau: trekking of about 2:00 if the group stop regularly to rest. The ascent is intense, but the scenery that the plateau provides is breathtaking. This tour must be done with a guide as there are a lot of points in that rock the trail disappears and the Group may end up losing. * Take plenty of water, before the left to miss, because the climb is intense. There are some streams along the way, but recommend cleanse before drinking. * The plateau, there is a trail to the left of 30 min in slow pace that leads to a wall of rocks where you can catch the sunset from its best angle. * The best spot to catch the Sunrise is at the point end of the trail. * In times of strong wind, it is possible to play the hat, shirt, or anything that the wind brings back the edge ^^. * You can follow to the right by a trail of 45 min until the wreckage of the plane, but the trail is closed properly.
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  • The Sierra de Tepequém is very beautiful and very well maintained. It has beautiful scenery, beautiful view, great waterfalls and big, but big scary to the best downhill drivers, so it requires a lot of attention. The path is all paved but has some wooden bridges that require some attention. For those who want an invigorating contact with nature, this ride is super recommended.
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