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Pireneus state park, Pirenopolis

(4.2/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
The site of one of the last fragments of undisturbed Cerrado (tropical savanna), Pireneus state park is rich in biodiversity and ancient rock formations. Visit the second highest peak in the state to see 2-billion-year-old blocks of quartz and sandstone, which are home to many colorful lichens, rare cacti, and hundreds of species of orchids. Nearby are dozens of waterfalls, as well as three mountain peaks offering panoramic views of the Central Plateau of Brazil. Many trails around this area attract hikers, mountain bikers, and horseback riders. Whatever you choose to do here, don’t forget to bring a camera. If you stay for the sunset, which is highly recommended by locals, bring a warm sweater. Temperatures drop quickly once the sun goes down. To visit Pireneus state park and other attractions in Pirenopolis, use our Pirenopolis trip builder.
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  • This tour is not for everyone. Difficult to access. Estrada stressed. I think I have profiles for this type of activity, type mountain bike cyclists or climbers. But it's not good ride vibe.
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  • The Park of the Pyrenees was one of my dreams of adventure. We went with a wonderful guide. We climbed up the hill from the Church. It was really tiring to climb over the view from the top was worth it. We love.
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  • The farm is beautiful, but the day use it's not worth it, there's nothing to do, the horse ride no longer exists, the zip line is disabled, the tracks are in a bad state of preservation, with rotten boards, little signage. The best tracks are outside the farm, in the Park of the Pyrenees. The lunch also didn't pay off, a lot of frying and fat.
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