Mount Sugarloaf is a spectacular sight overlooking Rio de Janeiro at the entrance to Guanabara Bay in southeastern Brazil. This language is called Pao de Acucar in Portuguese and because of its special shape it is similar to the classic refined sugar form used in the 19th century. A tall granite cone with a circular section, its height reaches 1,299 feet. Here are five interesting details about this magnificent natural monument in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil:

Rock Climbing – Ghandi Nan Mountain is one of the largest and most popular urban rock climbing destinations in the world. When climbing the Atlantic and Rio de Janeiro, there are 270 different routes to discover. You can pursue it yourself, or simply watch other adventurers conquer the iconic mountain.

Neighboring mountains – This is not a special landmark in the region. Its neighbors add to the glory of the entire peninsula. Moro de Babylon, or Mount Babel, and Moro de Orca, or Mount Orca, are two perfectly natural neighbors. The two mountains are open to the public and open to climbers. Morro de Urca provides a place for young people to play, as well as a restaurant that serves excellent Brazilian cuisine.

Hollywood star – Mountain of sugar bread has also been seen in best-selling Hollywood movies. The beauty of this area makes it great for large screens. Pao de Acocar made his feature film debut with Beth Davis in 1942 with the 1942 film The Now Traveler. The film also starred in James Bond’s 1979 film Moonraker, exactly where one of the scenes in the cable car took place. There is even a reference to one of the most popular cartoon comedies, “The Simpsons”.

Guanabara Bay – The historic Guanabara Bay stretches in front of the Sugar Loaf Mountain. The area translates as “chest with the sea” and was the site of many of the fortifications built by the colonial government in the 16th century. Guanabara actually has more than 130 islands and is surrounded by beautiful scenery that you can see from the top while walking in the mountains.

Amazing cable travel Two cable cars take visitors to the summit, where they can enjoy stunning views of Rio de Janeiro from a height of 1,296 feet. The cable cars are surrounded by glass panels. As you begin to climb the peak, you can enjoy the stunning scenery below. Because Mount Sugarloaf is located on a peninsula that stretches to the Atlantic Ocean, it offers a distinctive combination of a bustling metropolis, a peaceful bay as well as a sparkling ocean. You will love the view from above, but it will be just as enjoyable to ride there.

Brazil is famous for its beautiful scenery and vibrant environment. Sugarloaf Mountain, overlooking the famous Rio de Janeiro, is no exception. Travelers from all over the world pay attention to this spectacular place every year and it continues to be one of the most visited places in Brazil.

Source by Joel A Higginbotham