State of Espírito Santo, Brazil
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-19.6307, -40.9692 : 848.0 m
-19.6044, -40.9538 : 155.0 m
Brasilia Standard Time (-0300)
The dirt road can be difficult, particularly after rain, and a 4x4 is preferable.
Take off: 200m wide for multiple take offs. At the official landing shown here, there is a power line running parallel to the dirt road. When going XC, there are plenty of landings, but be extremely careful with the power lines. On the Epirito Santo/Minas Gerais state border, 13 kilometres south of the junction of BR259/ES446 (S19 31.248', W41 0.186'), near the town of Baixo Guandu. Access to the launch is on a good dirt road (at S19 36.190', W40 57.260') with good signs to the launch.
In a northerly wind, the left side of the bowl, looking north from the take-off, can get very turbulent. Avoid flying low directly over the spine-backed ridge, as this can be both strong and rough.
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