Mountain Ascent trips – Brazil

Treat yourself to some of the most evocative views of a vast South American country and feast your eyes on waterfalls, jungle, forests, and oceans from a mountain ascent trip in Brazil!

With mountains in and around high-profile destinations like Rio de Janeiro, its difficult not to scale an exciting peak in the continent’s largest country. Whether you have your heart set on city and Atlantic views from Pao de Acucar or if you want to tackle a 2,500+ meter mountain in the north or south, Brazil has you covered. There are a plethora of great peaks in every part of the country – each with their own unique features – to keep you captivated all ascent long!

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Brazil has a surprising wealth of unforgettable rocks and mountains to summit. As the largest country in South America, the variety of terrain from north to south plays a significant advantage for mountaineers. The tallest peak may be near the border with Venezuela, but some of the most exciting and satisfying climbs can be found near Rio, Sao Paulo, Brasilia, and the coast.

Chapada Diamantina and its associated national park is home to an exciting geological wonder of endemic flora and fauna in the midst of table mountains, while the heavily forested areas of Itatiaia National Park and Anhangava or among some of the most picturesque on the continent.

 

 

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Weather

The north is more tropical than the south, so it tends to have warmer average temperatures. The higher altitude areas, while not exceedingly tall, do have slightly more extreme weather patterns. There is no real dry season, and precipitation can be expected year round.

Language

Portuguese.

Currency

Real (BRL)

How to Get There

Flying to Brazil is the most efficient mode of international transportation. Sao Paulo and / or Rio connect directly to Miami, New York, Frankfurt, and London. Its sheer size also makes regional airports and domestic flights reasonable. Itamonte is a short bus ride from both Sao Paulo and Rio. A train connects Curitiba to Morretes via a stunning coastal mountain range for any ambitious adventurers looking for a uniquely beautiful way to travel.

Country Code

+55

Best Time to Visit

You can enjoy mountain ascent programs all year round, with some of the most pleasant conditions occurring from June to September.

 

 
 

 

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