Between almost 3 hours of steep walking, rocks, roots and simple climbing through Carrasqueira or Garganta do Céu, we reach the top of the largest seaside monolith in the world. It is 842 meters above sea level that makes us taller than Christ the Redeemer himself, also in Tijuca National Park.
Considered the most challenging trail in Rio de Janeiro, Pedra da Gávea has its charms and its legends. We invite you to live the best and most intense experience of your life with trails in the Marvelous City!
between 8h and 17h
About 2h30min uphill and 2h30min downhill. The time may be longer according to one's walking and delay in the rope parts.
THE GUIDE HAS THE RIGHT AT ANY TIME TO CHANGE THE TRACK WITHOUT NOTICE PASSING THROUGH THE CARRASQUEIRA IF NECESSARY.
What to take:
Sunscreen and repellent
Best running or trail shoes (never all star or similar models)
1 big backpack that fits your things and one more seat (safety equipment)
2 liters of water per person
1 hydrotonic / isotonic (Gatorade) ... never energetic (red bull)
• Pedra da Gavea, Parque Nacional da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro 22451-261 Brazil