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Cânion Fortaleza

O cânion situa-se a cerca de 23 km da cidade de Cambará do Sul, pela rodovia CS-08 (estrada de terra), apresentando uma altitude máxima de 1.157 metros.

A Trilha do Mirante permite o acesso ao topo do Morro Fortaleza (cerca de 1.700 metros de caminhada a partir do estacionamento de veículos), de onde se pode descortinar cerca de 95% do cânion e todo o litoral da região limítrofe entre o Rio Grande do Sul e Santa Catarina. Outra trilha (cerca de 1,5 km) permite o acesso até a Pedra do Segredo e a Cascata do Tigre Preto, que com suas três quedas atinge mais de 400 metros de altura.

O Cânion Fortaleza leva este nome pela configuração de suas paredes, entalhadas verticalmente na rocha e sinuosas ao longo de sua frente, lembrando uma imensa fortaleza que se estende por cerca de 5.800 metros de comprimento, por 2.000 metros de largura e uma profundidade de 600 metros. O ponto culminante do Cânion está a 1.157 metros de altura e em dias límpidos pode-se avistar a linha de praia.

Foto: Emilio Campi

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Copyright: Emilio Campi 360 Total
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10568x5284
Taken: 22/01/2012
Uploaded: 22/01/2012
Updated: 26/03/2015


Tags: canion; fortaleza; cambara do sul; aparados da serra; rio grande do sul; santa catarina; emilio campi; panotour; 360 total
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