Pedra do Bau, Sao Bento do Sapucai

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  • In fact, we went to the Bauzinho that is the easiest part of the course. Not ventured to move forward even more than we were with a group that included several older people, in addition to having started to rain in the middle of the route. Still, guaranteed fun, the best program to do in São Bento do Sapucaí. It's usually pays a fee of 10 per capita real conservation but how was weekday and the time was right, the only officer who was there didn't charge and even gave us tips. Don't forget to take the appropriate clothing and shoes or boots.
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  • Are 2 accesses to local: a by Campos do Jordão that leads to Bauzinho and to the East side of the rock. And another by São Bento do Sapucaí, that leads to the north side. Without any doubt better access is by SBS. Coming from Campos do Jordão just follow the road of the Camper to SBS. Stay tuned to the long stretch of descent, has a fork to the left that leads to the restaurant Pedra do Baú-just look for the sign. There is a large parking lot that charges Real $15 to leave the car and then get quiet and well-marked trail that leads to the North base of stone, where it begins to climb the rock through staples. Note that for this track there are no water spots. There is another parking lot: Chico Bento-also just follow the sign. There he is for free and the trail leads to the same point in the North, following by a meadow. -It seemed to be a little longer, but with the advantage of having drinking water when start the stretch through the Woods.
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  • Wonderful view, it pays to go a little bit dirty the car! Recommend going on sunny days or it's a wasted journey
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  • Awesome place.
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  • For who is a nature lover, trails, lookouts, birds, anyway a walk worthwhile. Without much effort the bauzinho is awesome, at this point it's easy access to children and the elderly. Even so, due to the height of the mountain is important the children are always in sight. Great to spend the day, even paying a small entrance, 10.00 in October 2017, worth for the organisation and structure that meets the minimum requirements. Place has a cafeteria but is also allowed.
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  • Amazing place. Worth knowing the set of stones. Bauzinho-easy climbing, however people with difficulty of locomotion will find difficulty. Pedra do Baú-is the highlight of this set of stones, is considered a difficult climb with a guide. Ana chata-considered medium to high intensity, is track is sobestimada by the regulars. Is trail happens more accidents, in a small cave slippery and narrow, after she has a ticket for a cliff with banister that needs a lot of attention (due to accidents at this location). To get in Ana chata has to walk around in the Woods 5 km + 4 km descent. Although it's all worth it the trail. Worth checking out.
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  • Very nice, access to Bauzinho is not of the most difficult but as every track deserves attention in the way that the tracks have a choice to eat, which sells pastries, coconut water and some other options, vista too beautiful! Is very worthwhile!
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In the main town, you can find a good range of accommodations, including riverside pousadas (guesthouses), boutique villas and small hotels, and a few small but welcoming budget pousadas. With much of the tourism in Sao Bento do Sapucai geared towards outdoor adventure, you'll find a few accommodations dotted around the surrounding are. Primarily aimed at those who want to spend more time outside than in, there are a few simple pousadas to choose from, with many linked to outdoor experience companies.
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