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Morro do Saboo, Sao Roque
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  • Morro do Saboó is in São Roque, his access is signposted and can be reached by car, by a dirt road. Before the climb, there is a street where they Park the cars, with a snack bar and bathroom. The ascent on foot is a little heavy for those who are not accustomed, but the trail is wide and the view from up there worth the effort!!
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  • Morro do Saboó in São Roque is great to enjoy the beautiful nature. It is possible to arrive by car to the foot of the Hill, there's parking lot. The trail is a little steep but does not require much. From the top the view is great, the only problem is there camping people to church and they leave a lot of dirt on top of the Hill.
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  • It is possible to arrive by car to the foot of the Hill, at the end of the path the road is dirt and generally poorly preserved, but nothing an ordinary car can't get (dirty or dusty clay). You can leave your car at the foot of the Hill and begin the ascent that starts light and the first trial is at the end, but nothing so difficult, children can complete the walk quietly (better than adults). The place is very nice and the view even better, you can see some nearby towns, sunset is wonderful. One problem is that with a large number of visitors and little infrastructure human footprints leave unwanted traces in nature ... Another interesting factor is that the Hill became a point of visiting religious oriented, increasing the number of visitor and "guests" camping there. During the night the number of people accessing the site for cults and nightly vigils is impressive ... recommend going during the day. Nominate a passed by to enjoy the view and have contact with nature.
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