Parana Peak, Antonina
Categories: Mountains, Nature & Parks
Pico Paraná is the highest mountain in the Brazilian state of Paraná and in all Southern Brazil. It is composed of granite and gneiss. It was discovered by German explorer Reinhard Maack. He also made the first ascent of the mountain, together with Rudolf Stamm and Alfred Mysing. The official height was obtained in 1992 by three teams from the Federal University of Paraná, using the Global Positioning System.For Parana Peak and beyond, use our Antonina vacation generator to get the most from your Antonina vacation.
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se você gosta de natureza, aventura e esta em boa forma rs esse é um lindo lugar para se conhecer.. nível de subida dificílimo... mas visual espetacularIf you like nature, adventure and this fit rs this is a beautiful place to meet ... ascent very difficult level ... but visual spectacularshow original
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Para quem ama aventuras, com certeza, este é um dos melhores lugares para montanhismo no Sul do país. Recomendo uma boa noção de montanhismo e um preparo específico para as pernas, que serão muito des... read more »For anyone who loves adventures, of course, this is one of the best places for mountaineering in the South of the country. Recommend a good notion of mountaineering and a specific preparation for the legs, which are very worn. Recommend a good food trail planning and good boots. In case of camping on top, plan your winter clothes. Without doubt, an incredible experience.show original
O acesso pela BR 116 e depois 5 km de estrada de chão bem ruim. A recomendação é iniciar a subida bem cedo a trilha pelo morro do Getúlio é bom tranquila, ao chegar na bifurcação no Pico Caratuva você... read more »Access by the BR 116 and after 5 km of dirt road. The recommendation is to start the climb very early track by the Hill of Getúlio is good, quiet at the fork in the Caratuva Peak you start going up and down the Valley to rise again now in the Pico Paraná. Have a good preparation for the legs, because the trail requires a lot of them. The visual is rewarding.show original
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