Parque Nacional da Serra Geral, Cambara do Sul

(4.8/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
Serra Geral National Park is a national park of Brazil. It was created in 1992, and is made up of two separate sections adjacent to Aparados da Serra National Park, totalling 17,300 hectares.
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  • Natural park without infrastructure. Don't have toilets and the tracks are full of rocks, but it's worth the ride.
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  • First go with time and willingness to walk because it's worth every second. There are 3 tracks, none of them difficult to access. However one has 5,000 km, so you gotta respect the deadline to begin this route (I didn't do this). The other gives you a spectacular view of the walls, towards the secret stone you will cross a river, so have extra shoes. Use a lot of sunscreen and insect repellent (but the horseflies will get you anyway). And be very careful not to take the last selfie of your life! (don't take any chances near the edges). And if you have legs and breath, go to the Park Aparados da Serra, is also very beautiful and worth visiting.
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  • I think the Triadvisor should fix the Park name Walls for playground Itaimbezinho (Canyons) and Fortaleza, who stay in Cambará do Sul, the Itaimbezinho is the Aparados da Serra National Park and the Fortress is located in the Serra Geral National Park. Don't stay in cinnamon as I saw some reviews. A site to visit must have a lot of patience, because one of the tracks where you can see up to 70% of the Canyons has 6 km return walk. A breathtaking beauty, contemplative. Go to CAP, and take water, as the walk is. It's worth it.
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  • Excelente passeio, parque muito bem estruturado e trilhas bem abertas (em parte até calçadas, facilitando a locomoção). A vista é fenomenal, a natureza exuberante. Cobra entrada de pessoas e carros, como outros parques ecológicos.
  • A paisagem é deslumbrante, mas a infra é muito fraca. As caminhadas são demais e cansam bastante.
  • muito bonito! vale a estrada ruim ate chegar!
  • Um dos lugares mais bonitos do sul do país.
  • Lindo demais