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Serra Da Arrabida Trek 14
Portugal

In the middle of all this, we found out this parking lot with propaganda signs about all the good Secil is doing to the sierra, how great they are at planting trees, etc, etc.

Better you decide for yourselves, isn't the Arrábida Sierra looking much better now after all the good Secil is doing to it???

It's always nice to do a family trek, even if is on your own backyard;-)

From granddaddy to grandson, all came for a walk in the wilderness of the Serra da Arrábida.
The adventure turned out well with the discovery of the elusive Arrábida Waterfalls and the not so great scar made by the Secil concrete factory.

This scar left us with a bad feeling though, if this is what Man is doing to this beautiful sierras, what will be left in the end?

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