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Caminho do Itupava, Quatro Barras
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Ja fiz esta trilha mais de 20 vezes, algumas antes da reforma e outras depois da reforma, super recomendo, vale a pena, a trilha é fácil,, as paisagens são maravilhosas, super recomendo para amentes d... read more »I have done this trail more than 20 times, some before the reform and other after retirement, super recommend, worth, the trail is easy, the landscapes are wonderful, super recommend amentes of nature. Take a whole day to enjoy this trail.show original
Fui uma caminha bem longa, chão escorregadio, super cansativo, mas rendeu fotos legais, experiência de caminhada e muitas risadas!!I was a very long walk, slippery floor, super tiring, but it yielded cool photos, hiking experience and lots of laughs!show original
Vale muito a pena fazer este caminho pelo menos a vez na vida :-) A trilha é bem longa, demora entre 6 a 8 horas para concluir. Durante o trajeto você será bastante exigido, pois sobe e desce muito, m... read more »Well worth doing this way at least once in a lifetime:-) The trail is long, it takes between 6 to 8 hours to complete. During the course you will be required, as it goes up and down a lot, but there's no wall to climb or rappel. On the way there are many rivers, rocks and bridges, but unprofessional amateurs will in good:-) When it is, stop at the home of Ipiranga, though destroyed, it is still possible to see CIS architecture and how they used train tracks in the Foundation. Well next has the water wheel, good to shower and rest, but be very careful with the stones, are waaaay smooth and a lot of people slipping and hitting his head or break during the bath:-( Typically people hire hollow to take to the beginning and get to the end of the trail. ! A key tip: try to do with your uncle in vain if he comes to the end of the trail where the square of arrival of hikers. If it is, you save a Looooong walk and nothing interesting, because it is a one-way street for cars. There are all the drivers who go, but worth seeing before, really worth it!! It's worth making the trail together, there are always many risks in hiking as well. If you come by bus, will have to go to Morretes, stay tuned to the track time so as not to miss the bus, Morretes doesn't have many departure times:-/ Another important thing, during the summer the trail is suffocating in some stretches, well muffled even. You may find venomous snakes too, very careful off the trail. Is a challenging trail, but you will feel great knowing that ventured for it:-)show original
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