from R $ 1,190 (1st lot until Aug 1)

NEXT DATE 10 / Oct / 2020

(holiday of Our Lady)


Considered the most beautiful crossing in Brazil, it connects the cities of Teresópolis and Petrópolis, in Rio de Janeiro. Passing through postcards of national mountaineering, such as Pedra do Sino, Castelo do Açú and the famous Dedo de Deus. Without a doubt an unforgettable trip!


DAY 0 (prior to the expedition) : to those who opted for the option WITH STAY on "DAY 0", meeting at the Petrópolis inn for overnight in bed or tent (depending on the chosen one). Food not included .


DAY 1 : We will wake up at 6:00 am to have our breakfast (including only those who chose the STAY option on day 0). At 07:30 we will depart towards the park entrance in Teresópolis by transfer included to check-in. Trekking starts at 09:00. Overnight in a tent or bed in the refuge of Pedra do Sino (depending on the type of accommodation chosen on days 1 and 2). Attack the summit of those who wish to catch the sunset at the highest point of the entire crossing. Breakfast and dinner included.

Accumulated elevation : 1,071m

Distance : 6,96km

Estimated Time : 5h - 7h


DAY 2 : Trekking starts at 9:00 am (by this time we should have had breakfast and the camp dismantled) until the refuge of Castelo do Açú. Safety equipment included in the section known as “cavalinho” (chair, rope, carabiners and brakes). Overnight in tent or bed. Breakfast and dinner included.

Accumulated elevation : 548m

Distance : 6,49km

Estimated Time : 4h - 6h


DAY 3 : Trekking starts at 9:00 am (by this time we should have had breakfast and the camp broken up) until the end of the crossing, in Petrópolis. Breakfast included.

Accumulated elevation : 600m

Distance : 7,5km

Estimated Time : 5h - 7h


We are a family owned and operated business.


  • Experienced guide in Portuguese, English and Spanish

  • Mountain transfer in / out from Petrópolis park entrance

  • Park entrance

  • Safety equipment: car seat, rope, carabiners and brakes

  • Breakfast days 1, 2 and 3

  • Dinner days 1 and 2

  • Kitchen equipment

  • Advice on the purchase of equipment before the trip

  • Collective first aid kit

  • Online satellite tracking

  • Track hot end bath

  • Travel insurance



  • Transportation (round trip)

  • Parking

  • Trail food (snacks)

  • All camping equipment, including tents (in alpine style option)