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Marumbi Peak, Morretes

(4.8/5 based on 130 reviews on the web)
Marumbi Peak is located in Morretes. See Marumbi Peak and all Morretes has to offer by arranging your trip with our Morretes vacation builder.
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  • Wonderful place in a very structured with State Park visitors center, rescue service in mountains and camping in your base, since it is forbidden to camp on the Summit or in adjacent areas. Trails very well flagged and controlled by the managers of the Park. Wonderful view of the coast of Paraná. Several options of trails and peaks, as the peak of Marumbi is actually a set of mountains, being the Olympus the highest (1539m). Recommend going to Rochedinho, very easy and with fantastic views of the Serra do Mar and railway Paranaguá-Curitiba. Best access is by train, but there is a road to the station Engineer Lange, about 1000 meters from the station, but only authorized access Provide for bikes and 4 x 4 vehicles. Without charging admission, but with visitor control. Worth the visit.
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  • For those who like adventure is the ideal place and the peak has several levels of difficulty, which left me impressed even the easy is hard lol, well go to cuff, because some snakes halfway, has few water points at the beginning of the trail, suitable for people with physical fitness, people with knee and back problems well even get near that peak has several points which need-hike "up and has various slippery spots.
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  • I love mountaineering, but this time I left my car in the parking lot of the '' Crazy '' at the base of the mountain for those who will drive for Morretes, and had stolen my spare. Stay tuned with the parking lots nearby.
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