Parque Estadual Da Pedra Branca, Rio de Janeiro

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  • There's no indication to get in the Park at the entrance of the Camorim. And honestly we get scared, because a small community and as we go up the road narrowing. The reception is a little abandoned, with animals are quite dirty and the bathroom banned. First we went to the water circuit and where we know there is not allowed to enter. Unfortunately the human being in search of the best picture doesn't always respect. We came back and we took the trail from the Dam. We did it in 53 minutes and when we got there an incredible view, quiet peace meditator and best phone does not work! BUT PEOPLE ARE JUST TO ADMIRE THE PLACE! YOU CAN'T GO IN THE WATER! Why? First is the water that supplies the region of Jacarepaguá. Second is an artificial reservoir and has sumidoros. If you fall into a sumidoro not coming back!
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  • Never had me interested by making a trail. Suddenly, without match, we go out, I, my godson, your wife and two children to find a place that we indicated as having some crayons and a wonderful shrimp risotto, plus beer and beer super cold. At the end of Pacui Street in Vargem Grande we find I'M GOOD. A bar like dirty foot, well, but very nice. A little suspicious, soon invited me to the kitchen where I found, in the simplicity of the clay pots, hygiene, very reasonable. As soon as we ask for crayons and beers. These had more prawns pasta and beers came geladissimas. That's when we found out that a beautiful trail, below light hiking and suitable for children. We bought water and off we went. We knew it was cared for by a small quilombola community that keeps it clean and safe. After 1:00 and bushwalk, we could see 3 beautiful waterfalls where we bathe and a wonderful landscape, beyond that little Bush George. There was a good frequency and many people with children. On the way back we stopped again in I'M GOOD to prove that risotto that was full of fresh shrimp and with a sensational sauce. Very well served for 4 people. More beers and a good chat in the middle of the Woods, of course! Let's go back, it was worth it. For a sunny morning, on a holiday or weekend, can be a different and unforgettable program. Don't have that kind of mosquito, but it is prudent to use insect repellent. They say there are no snakes there by the great movement of passers-by. Oh, there's a stud on the spot at the bar and many do the trail in beautiful mounts.
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  • I visited the Park to reach the bone rocks and Jesus comes. I liked everything. The trail, especially the stretch until Jesus comes, it's really hard: who says it's moderate should be used with Pedra da Gávea and other trails. Do not climb without a guide if they are not so experienced. I loved the Aqueduct of the Cockroach, essential piece in the abastamento of the river and of great importance in our history. The photos of the top of it are beautiful!
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  • Beautiful, met the trail and the dam, but ended up not knowing the waterfall. Could have a better structure for visitors, more signs on the trail and better sense of security. Access to the Park by the Camorim is made from a strange place and ugly.
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  • Did the Camorim Weir. Excellent trail. On the way has closed places, very good for those who like to be closer to nature. Most of the ida is sloping up, requiring a certain physical effort. To go to the waterfall must come down some rocks, I found a little difficult, you have to be very careful not to slip. The dam is very quiet and to rest on your shore.
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  • Excellent choice of recreation along the nature in the backyard of our city.
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  • Nice place, but unfortunately the lack of commitment to the environment, the greed of local politicians that allow slum in Exchange for votes, the violence and insecurity, is another area that before long the carioca citizen can never visit. That is the reality of the surroundings and vicinity.
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  • Very good I loved have gone to meet
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