Mountain Climbing trips – Brazil

Discover the diverse beauty of South America’s biggest country from above!

Head out into the wilderness of Rio de Janeiro and Minas Gerais for a tropical mountain climbing adventure. Enjoy empty slopes and stunning views form, the summit of Brazil’s highest peaks.

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While Brazil might not strike you as a great mountain climbing destination, don’t be fooled, it is!

Just outside of Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, sit the Mantiqueira Mountains. There are plenty of great climbing options here, from heading up to the summit of the tallest peak in the range – Pedro de Mina (2.798 meters) – to exploring the gorgeous and unique Itatiaia National Park.

Farther south, closer to Curitiba, there are even more mountain climbing options available. Anhangava is the popular mountain to summit here, offering great views and making for a great day trip[ if you find your way down here in Paraná.  



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What’s the weather like?

Brazil is located on the equator and as a result it is pretty warm all year long with average daily temperatures between 23°C to 27°C. The country experiences moderate rainfall with precipitation levels of between 1.000 mm and 1.500 mm, most of which falls between December and March.

How to get there:

If you’re looking for mountain climbing then your trip will likely start with a flight into the international airports at Rio (GIG) or São Paulo (GRU). From here, you’ll easily be able to take a bus to Itamonte, a small town located near some of Brazil’s highest peaks.



Country Code:



Real (BRL)

Best time to visit:

April to November, which is the dry season, but most guides offer trips year-round.




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