Also known as “Salinas”, this region has long approaches and even longer climbs (between 300 – 700 meters) making speed and fitness an important factor for those that want to climb here. It also boasts a simple and charming infrastructure, with several options for accommodations run by local climbers where we can find comfortable bunk beds to sleep in and cozy kitchens to make our own meals. This is the preferred get away for all of us here at Climb in Rio, and most of the time you can’t reach our cell phones you can be sure its because we have once again taken off to this magical refuge only three hours outside of town.
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