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Casa em Atibaia, pertinho da pedra grande, um dos melhores lugares no Brasil para se praticar Voo Livre...

Existem dois acessos principais que levam ao cume da Pedra Grande, um para carros e outros através de trilhas: - Acesso para carros: Na Rodovia D. Pedro I - SP-065 sentido Jacareí, pegue à direita no primeiro retorno após passar por Atibaia (após passar a ultima entrada). Você vai ter acesso a uma rua de terra, a partir desse ponto tem-se placas indicativas até o cume. O trajeto possui aproximadamente 10 km. - Acesso via trilhas: existem 3 trilhas principais, catalogadas, que levam ao cume da Pedra Grande. Todas partem a partir de um mesmo ponto, situado no final do Bairro Arco-Iris, bairro que fica em frente ao Pouso de Asa Delta. As 3 trilhas são: Minha Deusa (aprox. 2,4 km), Mangueira (aprox. 2,6 km) e Monges (aprox. 3 km), que seguem caminhos: à esquerda, centro e direita a partir de seu início comum. O ideal para subidas é sair cedo e sempre levar água consigo, para evitar desidratação. Nas trilhas Minha Deusa e Mangueira, tem-se 2 nascente de água (potável?). Caso sua pela trilha dos Monges (considera a mais bonita), para se ter acesso à nascente, dever-se-a retornar uns 15 minutos quando esta se encontra com a Mangueira.

Copyright: José Luiz Guerreiro Souza
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12550x6275
Taken: 11/01/2010
送信日: 05/03/2010
更新日: 03/03/2015


Tags: voo livre; atibaia; pedra grande; casa de campo; guerreiro
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