Pico do Agudo, Sapopema

The Pico Agudo (Portuguese: 'acute peak') is a peak near the Brazilian municipality of Sapopema, Paraná. It is 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) West of Sapopema, overlooking the valley of the Tibagi River, 20 kilometres (12 mi) North and downstream of the Mauá Hydroelectric Plant.

The Pico Agudo is 4,000 feet (1,200 m) in height and is the main tourist attraction for walkers in the Sapopema prefecture.
It was surveyed between 1920 and 1930 by Reinhard Maack, one of the first geologists to explore the region, who made a geological survey of the Tibagi River valley.
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  • Wonderful location. The infrastructure to the site is bad, road full of holes and poorly cared for, there are also no toilets on the property. For those who want to have lunch you need to book before on one of the farms that are a few kilometers away. The view above the peak compensates for all the fatigue, it's amazing. It is 2400m of walking to the top and is not suitable for seniors, children or people with difficulty to walk because there are stretches with difficult access and ropes.
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