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Viaduto 13, Vespasiano Correa

(4.9/5 based on 150 reviews on the web)
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  • A place that impresses with beauties and emotions, but you can walk the trails of the highest viaduct in the Americas, go into Tunnels where you won't be able to see the person your front of so dark you can still enjoy a bath in the waterfall in the camping you have at the foot of the viaduct, all without any charge. the roads are reasonable, you can go by car/bike up right next to the viaduct, take water, flashlight and comfortable shoes because you can walk for hours if you want to know the tunnels, there is option to order lunch and snacks at the kiosks.
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  • Great ride to go with friends. Important to take water and sunscreen and know that following the Viaduct 13 right comes to leaked Viaduct which is very beautiful; And the left passing the tunnel, the galleries and following a little further you will find the "Devil's throat".
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  • Well worth taking a day to visit. Beyond the Viaduct to be located in an easily accessible location-from Muçum 18 km are only dirt road in good condition-is an option to enjoy the day without spending a lot, contemplating nature and grandeur of the viaduct and tunnels of the railway line. There are also waterfalls and, for the more courageous, to rappel.
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  • Great view
  • Lugar magnífico, recomendo a todos conhecer essa obra colossal do Regime Militar.
  • Lugar pra sentir a adrenalina da altura
  • Excelente lugar e cada vez com mais estrutura.
  • Entrando no túnel (300m) a esquerda do viaduto 13, vai encontrar uma abertura na metade do caminho, onde do lado de fora deste, há uma trilha que leva a uma cascata. Continuando até o final desse túnel, após um pequeno trecho de trilho encontrará outro túnel com 1.300 m. A recompensa é uma outra cachoeira bem maior que a primeira que se pode seguir a trilha o´por baixo dela. Atravessando o viaduto 13 pode continuar pelos trilhos, passando pelo viaduto 12 e após esse o 11 que não há proteção como o dos anteriores. Caso perceba que um trem venha pelo caminho, não tenha medo, mas mantenha-se com o corpo bem encostado na parede e em hipótese alguma tente colocar a mão. Tanto no túnel como nos viadutos exite refúgios. O trem passa em media 2 vezes por dia e se for época de safra da soja, pode levar cerca de 5 minutos passando por você.