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Itapeva Peak, Pindamonhangaba

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  • Location a bit far from Campos do Jordão (11 km), although located in Pindamonhangaba, access is by fields. Beautiful view, on cloudy days you feel above the clouds and clear skies may see many city of the vale do paraíba. Very nice, the way has a very beautiful Lake too.
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  • If you have time, visit, but knowing that it's a bit far from the Centre of Campos do Jordão, in fact already belongs to city of Pindamonhangaba. The view is breathtaking Lookout Mountain. But nearby, in an open ground it is possible to have a vision even more beautiful. Pity that not many people know this; visit virtually alone this second option.
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  • We got cloudy and rainy days, but we just adamant on staying a bit on site and were rewarded with the movement of clouds and fog, opening forming true portals for where you see the Valley and towns to a distance. The place itself is very badly signposted, because the shops were demolished and left only antennas and towers with high-voltage wires, so it's very easy to pass by without realizing that there is the highest point for observing the landscape.
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