Serra de Caldas state park, Caldas Novas

(3.9/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
From bathing in hot springs to trekking along hilly trails, Serra de Caldas state park is a must-see outdoor mecca. Rock walls along the park's sides and a hill at the base of the mountain clearly divide this rural escape from the nearby urban areas and is easily accessible from the city. Established in 1970 to protect the basin area that is used for collecting of rainwater and that fuels the thermal springs, the park was this lovingly restored and is now a natural habitat. The oval-shaped park covers an area of around 123 sq km (1.324 sq ft) and a vast plateau at its peak. To visit Serra de Caldas state park on your holiday in Caldas Novas, and find out what else Caldas Novas has to offer, use our Caldas Novas trip itinerary builder.
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  • I've been 10 years in Caldas Novas, always wanted to go up and this year saw took courage and went with a friend, not regretted, it was worth it, but for first time and pulled, are 2 km of climb (the desire to quit) but when it gets to the top and see the plan straight path, great and very local and native forest p stop without worrying about being hit by a car , take water and something to eat, go before the 7:00 that by noon you're back use sunscreen helmet in the end path a vinous hot River view some 22 km round trip 50% and 50% of straight climbs and descents (save breath on the way because the back pedalling almost all the time, good ride with friends.
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  • A park with two light trails that lead to two waterfalls perfect for the bath! The Staff of the Park is very nice, I would ask! The value of 5 is little before the offering. Very good!!
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  • Very little published, should be more for the range of activities it provides. The trails are open, without little coverage of the trees, I recommend taking the sunscreen. The demarcation of the trails is precarious but worth knowing. There is a well and a thing, by the time I went they were dry due to the period but still the Park has its charms. The entrance is very cheap at the time paid 5 dollars, there is also a Museum of stuffed animals, if you like is a good alternative.
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