Cachoeira Do Lajeado, Ponte Alta do Tocantins

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  • To reach the biggest fall and Lake, it is necessary to descend by the waterfall, the smaller falls. It's slippery, but nothing impossible. The biggest drop is a delight and the water isn't so cold.
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  • Waterfall with training that resemble the rungs of a ladder of reddish tone, until a fall greater than, apparently, is not accessible. The location is beautiful, free entrance and worth the visit.
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  • Stay on the road to Mateiros. After passing through the entrance of the Suçuapara (flagged) and some entries of farms, we enter a little road of white sands, Unflagged, right. The road is long, but the sand is cute; wanting to walk, said that about 30 min. At the end of the road, stopped the vehicle. The access is made by a very short trail. We heard the noise of the crash. Is pretty different. Has the name of lajeado, rightfully form slabs. Water flows by several steps. The rock looks like a red pottery and is rather brittle. The color of the stone causes a reddish tone in the water and gives a very nice effect. To reach the well and see a free fall greater (about 10 m), go down the steps of the waterfall, it's not slippery, but we should be careful to tread. Watch a small hole (and treacherous because it goes unnoticed) that exists in the middle of the steps, distracted by the beauty of the place, he stuck his foot in the hole. Scroll down to where the stairs allow. The last slab, will see a trail starting from the left bank (looking well below). Down the middle of the greenery, next fall. At this point we can't continue down the steps of the waterfall because the last step is too high. Is private property, but the attraction is not exploited commercially. There's no infrastructure, no entry charge.
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