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Sugar Loaf - The Ride
The ride unfolds a 360º scenery of breathtaking views, including the Leme, Copacabana, Ipanema, Flamengo and Leblon beaches; the Pedra da Gávea, Maciço da Tijuca and Corcovado mountains, the latter showcasing the statue of Christ the Redeemer; the Guanabara Bay; the downtown area; the Santos Dumont Airport; Governador island; the neighboring city of Niterói; the Rio-Niterói bridge; and the Serra do Mar mountain backdrop, with the famous Dedo de Deus (“God’s Finger”) peak.
Speed of the cable car:
Praia Vermelha/Morro da Urca: up to 6 m/s (21.6 Km/h)
Morro da Urca/Pão de Açúcar: up to 10 m/s (36 Km/h)
• Cable car capacity: 65 passengers
• Height of Morro da Urca: 220 meters Distance between Praia Vermelha and Morro da Urca: Height of the Sugarloaf: 396 metersDistance between Morro da Urca and Pão de Açúcar: 749 meters
The park maintains elevators and restrooms adapted for visitors with special needs on Morro da Urca and the Sugarloaf.
Lilly Kutch11 mons ago
Can the cable car get much closer to the sea? I mean I can't see enough.
You know there was a small bad part for this trip, there were so many people crowded in the cable car. Everyone should sit and enjoy.
I have just experienced a free travel. Thank u
A lot of small islands
Is this on the cable car
Ahhhhhhhh, this music. I fell in love this vid at one second because of this back ground music.
Huy Phạm1 yr ago
I fell in love with the vid at once because of the blue water.
Jake Mcewen1 yr ago
The sea is beautiful