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Morro da Igreja, Urubici

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View a spectacular mountain range covered in lush green and savage cliffs. From an elevation of 1,800 m (5,906 ft), you will see the entire valley of gorges and the natural arch that balances on a small plateau. The lookout is located on private property so you'll pay a small fee when you arrive by car, but it's well worth the price for the eye candy view. Bring a coat, as Morro da Igreja is the coldest place in the country with temperatures sometimes reaching -17 C (1 F). Put Morro da Igreja at the forefront of your travel plans using our Urubici travel itinerary maker.
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  • Worth knowing, but choose a day with open time, blue sky. Has many short until you reach the top, then go with care and without haste.
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  • wonderful view. We got up there was fog, but soon opened and we can see the beautiful view.
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  • Church Hill is the location where the lowest temperature was recorded from Brazil. To climb it is necessary to get a permission at the headquarters of the Ivana in the city and released a limited number of passwords per day. From there if you can see the coast which is almost 50 km away. It's a breathtaking view!
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  • Increíble!
  • O lugar mais frio do país.
  • Frio o muito vento
  • Vale a pena ir lá
  • Provavelmente a maior mudança de clima que já vi entre a base do morro e o mirante. Vista espetacular, leia as informações na placa para saber mais estando lá. Imperdível, e se o tempo estiver bom, veja a pedra furada.