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Morro do Canal, Piraquara

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  • The visit to the Hill of the channel is worth too much, one of the experiences that you will remember for a long time! The track very well signposted and secure, with a median difficulty level, where at times you have to climb up with the help of ropes, chains or steps. Nothing that can't be done with a little attention and care. The length of the trail is approximately 1:30 minutes non-stop and a 02:30 stopping to admire the nature (what I super indico), suggestion if set to 2 hours of ascent, and 2 more hours to descent, in addition to the time you plan to stay there at the top! This tour in my book should be between 5 or 6 hours. Valley s too bad programming. What to bring: water, light foods, flashlight, bug spray and sunscreen. What clothes go: comfortable Shoes with sole anti slip, Cap, sunglasses. Moreover, enjoy the scenery and good trail ✌
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  • The Hill of the channel was my first experience on trails, I didn't think that simple as talk, but it's not impossible (hehe). My advice is to go with a glove, because at various times need to lean on the rocks and in the end I was quite sore palms. The view is great and definitely worth it, but I advise you also to eat the cake served in the cafeteria at the foot of the Hill, is very good!
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  • The Hill is one of the easiest mountains to climb. The whole journey takes around 1:30 h. For being easily accessible is usually full, are enough early to come up with bad tranquility and not waste a lot of time waiting on staples and chains. The view from up there is lovely, the feeling is incredible. At the base of the trail has a cafeteria that serves pastries and juices, great to replenish your energy.
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