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Pico do Agudo, Sapopema

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  • Acute peak is a moderate trail.. easy for those who are accustomed to-hike "up ... and difficult for those who do not make any kind of esporte...se's afraid of heights in acute peak you will overcome ... has three points of rope you rises like a mini rappelling. .. half of the trail is in the Woods and intersperses ... Sun and kill ... the walk lasts around 1 to 2 hours depends on each large group takes longer ... have to rely on the luck of having little people down.. the site has an access road and this hinders who goes up and down ... it's not a place to get dog and much less child due to escalation of strings is dangerous I know the place and guide each take your own trash and not destroy nature. acute sapopema peak has no pousada nearby but if you want to camp there is beautiful ... on your journey take water, fruits, cereal bar, light clothes, sneakers, sunscreen and insect repellent, hat and CAP, and a light snack because the walk ... If camping take only whatever use remember if you are going to a mountain and have to take the necessary to climb ... do driver service for the rides ... acute peak is amazing a beautiful landscape and the look is amazing. .. so backpackers on call bora meet so. ..
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  • Track and dense forest, but nothing that prevents access, quiet ascent and descent better yet, the passage is unforgettable.
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  • My grade 5 is based on the proposal and the view of the place, but I am doing this as a warning, because I believe that many of the reviews are not leaving clear points that I consider important for the safety of anyone who wants to make this visit. This weekend (27/05/2017) I went to a camp at the top of the peak which is something I've always wanted to do. The view is wonderful and worth the effort, but since the reviews on this website does not make it clear how dangerous it is felt compelled to write about my experience (the guide that I found at the scene agreed with me. And not to say she doesn't have experience in Acute peak this was the thirty-eighth visit her.). You need to get 20 km of dirt road where there are not many holes, but that have stretches with a drop-off that would be complicated with a car 1.0 (on rainy days forget any chance of passing with a car that is not an offroad). The view is beautiful! The trail is very nice, I think it's going to take, however, the end which includes the climbing is the subject I want to talk about ... First I would like to score that in our group were in 3 friends all with 23 ~ 24 years and physically active (all practice physical activities of 3 ~ 6 x per week). On the readings I did before going to the site, everyone seems to treat the rise as something "tiresome and worth" that in my mind (and probably on who is reading) sounds like a difficult walk which shows no great risks, but not everything that glitters is gold. There are real risks. The first thing you need to string up taking too much care for your body doesn't hang right, because if it happens you can rotate and be at risk of falling. And that's what happened to one of my friends! His backpack the gambled right and he got in a way that if I had dropped the rope would have rolled down peak). To get to the second thing you go through some meters of eaves and must climb the rope that I considered more peaceful. There is a crack in the point of the rope where we get enough support for the feet. In the third flight of rope (which is right after the second) there is a very small space and by the volume of people who are going considered dangerous, because there is no room for those who are doing the tour. Beyond this point, you have to walk a short excerpt of 2, 5 m which to me sounded like a big risk, because if you tip before you begin the climb "vertical" there are not many chances. This assessment comes in as a my alert, because from what I noticed the flow of people is very high. To get an idea was congested, several people were in the House, leaving the passage even more narrow and we had to take turns in who went up and who went down, because there was no room for all the cables. We were in 30 people camping and on Sunday went up at least 50 crossing with us while we were down. You don't have to be a genius to understand that statistics is only a matter of time for this beautiful and pleasant location will become the scene of a tragedy. Final thoughts: the place is pretty much Yes! I fell in love with vista and I love camping on site (stay sharp the ground is not of more uniform, there are several stones and etc). But, I leave the alert that there is a big risk involved in go "sight-seeing" without prepare. If you do not have fitness don't go, if you're afraid of heights, don't go and if you have not willing to expose the REAL risk do not go. It's not a school. And if after my report you decide that you're still climb is for you, use common sense. Use appropriate footwear (I'm not talking about running shoes), despite being a wonderful camping site equipment hampers much to climb (I had to do some laps to help people and no equipment was much more quiet) and if it does not go (Yes, it lacked common sense mine, and I came up with a light rain which made the rocks slippery verrrrry) , beware of snakes and of course let's preserve nature. Let's all be careful and happy adventures!
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