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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.
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Lilly Kutch4 mons ago
Can the cable car get much closer to the sea? I mean I can't see enough.
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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.
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I have just experienced a free travel. Thank u
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Emma Mitchell4 mons ago
A lot of small islands
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Nilson Antonio4 mons ago
Is this on the cable car
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Ahhhhhhhh, this music. I fell in love this vid at one second because of this back ground music.
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Huy Phạm4 mons ago
I fell in love with the vid at once because of the blue water.
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Jake Mcewen5 mons ago
The sea is beautiful
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