Along with the Corcovado Mountain, the Sugarloaf Mountain Rio de Janeiro is one of the main attractions of the Marvelous City and definitely a must-do sight in your itinerary.
The Sugarloaf Mountain stays at 396 meters of the sea level and offers outstanding 360-degrees landscapes on the city, including the little beach of the Urca Complex (Praia Vermelha), Botafogo cave, Copacabana waterfront and the entrance of Guanabara Bay, which stands in Niterói.
The Sugarloaf Mountain and Urca Hill host the most famous cable cars in the world. Inaugurated in 1912, the little tram which links both mountains was the 1st Brazilian cable cars and the 3rd in the world. Since then, more than 40 million people have already used these cable cars.
There are different ways to get to the top of the Sugarloaf Mountain Rio de Janeiro. The most traditional way is to get there via these cable cars. The most authentic way to get there is to hike. There are different trails existing and the most famous is a beautiful hike involving a tiny route of rock climbing of basic level. The Sugarloaf Mountain is also a paradise for rock climbers, because it holds many amazing routes offering stunning views.
Nattrip takes you to this unforgettable place in different ways, you just have to choose your favourite option and get ready to be amazed!