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Cristo Redentor, Barra do Garcas

(3.6/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
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  • According to information collected with the security in the lobby of the Parque Estadual Serra Azul, the whole area of the Park is closed from August 2014, when there was a forest fire that destroyed 90% of the Park area. The ban aimed at first the recovery of nature, in a second time to force the creation of infrastructure, which is precarious-the path turns into a track car kilometres before arriving in Christ. Yet, according to the same source, the teams of maintenance service of telecommunication towers in the alto da serra are forced to use trucks 4 x 4 to get up. Finally, know that the option to enter the Park by the steep staircase cited here in other reviews is dangerous, for several reasons: the trail is in precarious state because of lack of maintenance since the ban, besides being used as a route for drug users who hide in the Woods, or enjoy the falls. According to the security team, assaults and thefts in vehicles parked in the vicinity are common. Therefore, a huge pity that another natural heritage is beyond the reach of the citizens of this country.
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  • More a tourist attraction of the State of Mato Grosso with access blocked by prosecutors. A shame.
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  • Is in the Parque Estadual Serra Azul, currently closed, but you can go. There are about 1,400 steps of stairs to reach the Christ Redeemer. I don't know if it is recommended that you go to see the sunset, I think it's worth asking in the city before you go at this time, I went in the morning!
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  • Bom atendimento