Explore the most popular Hiking trails in São Paulo with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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rocky
3 days ago

A higher level trail with a wide range of altitude, with sections where you need to climb or descend rocks to proceed. Excellent trail for nature lovers, crossing 3 beautiful waterfalls suitable for bathing, being the first with the most comfortable well for bathing. The view from the gazebo upon arrival from the beach is enough to make the walk worthwhile. For return it is necessary to make the same way back or pay to a local boatman about 80 reais per person to return. On the beach there is an area with good infrastructure for camping, several hostels and inns. The Bonete community is very simple, they do not have night lighting, so if you are staying overnight remember the flashlight. Most important of all !!! Take repellent or will be eaten alive lol

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muddy
1 month ago

my girl cried like hell complaining I was restricting her water. There's only one water spring in this trail. Anyway, totally worth it!!!

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muddy
rocky
1 month ago

Great. It passes through the middle of the Atlantic forest. Really enjoyed. Enjoy it!

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rocky
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washed out
5 months ago

Nice trail with great views of Atibaia and surrounding regions. Rugged with little shade, especially after fires this past week. Trails are not marked, but there are great boulders and a cool stream halfway up. Best for hikers age 8 and up. Bring lots of water as you are exposed for nearly the entire hike.

hiking
5 months ago

The trail is completely paved and has a steep inclination towards the end. It should be appropriate for everybody, including kids (since it is paved). You arrive at a spot with a beautiful view of the city. Parking space is limited, so you should plan to arrive early or get an uber. You need to pay a small entrance fee and the whole trail is super safe.

It’s just a dirt road, no technical difficulty besides loose sand over hardpack. Some steep hills though, especially at the first 2 miles. For bikers with some fitness, no beginners. And there are many awesome singletrack trails that can be accessed from this main one. Just there are no signs at all. Either ride with a local or download on your GPS from other apps like Wikiloc or Garmin.

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