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Guided climbs

We offer different climbing packages for you to choose. Routes will vary according to your climbing level.

Half day climbing
Usually from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm or from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. You may climb more than one route in a half day period.

Full day climbing
Usually from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm. You may climb different routes, ranging from multi-pitches, sports and boulders, or even a big wall. Water and snacks are provided.

Mountain ascents
Long days involving treks, base camp and overnights. Usually starts at 4:00 am and may last 18 to 24 hours. Car transfer, meals and camp equipment are provided.

We offer discounts to return clients. After the third package, in a period of 15 days, you earn another one for free.

If you have no experience and want to start climbing, we offer starting level courses for beginners wanting to learn and develop in rock climbing. The basic course offers all equipment, reading material and 8 days of practice.

Contact us for rates and dates

Featured climbs

Pão de açucar (Sugar Loaf)
Wonderful sights of the city. More than 50 routes on all of its four wall faces. Grades go from 5.4 to 5.13a. Routes from 2 to 12 pitches long.

The most traditional climbing area in Brazil. About 200 routes, among boulders, top-ropes, easy and hard multi-pitches and aid routes of up to A4.

Rio's most famous landmark for the Christ Statue on its summit. Has some of the hardest and longest routes in Rio. Big walls up to A4.

Pedra da Gávea
One of the most peculiar rock formations in Rio. The Northeast face has the shape of a sphinx. A certified hand gliding tandem flight may also be arranged.

Floresta da Tijuca
The biggest urban forest in the world. A great place for sport climbing. Routes up to 82 ft (25 m) long and with grades ranging between 5.11d and 5.14a.

Incredible scenario with seacliffs. More than a hundred short trad routes of all grades varying from 32 to 98 ft (10 to 30 m) long.

Serra dos Orgãos
National park about a one hour drive from the city. Peaks higher than 6560 ft (2000 m). Classical climbing area in Brazil with high mountain atmosphere. Home to the famous Dedo de Deus (God's Finger).

State park about a two hour drive from the city. Home to some of the highest rock climbing peaks in Brazil, with rock faces up to 2295 ft (700 m).

Oldest national park in Brazil. Three hour drive from the city. Home to the third highest mountain in the country, Agulhas Negras, with 9442 ft (2,878 m). Classical hiking and climbing area with high mountain atmosphere.


Nosferatus at Urca

Devil's Needle at Serra dos Órgãos (2050mt/6725ft)