Cantagalo is wedged between Lagoa and Copacabana. It is perfect for those who wish to try an almost vertical wall with an amazing view of Rio, or for those who would like to have a quick climb before work or at the end of the day.

Two or three hours is enough time to climb and descend the wall. Some of the routes are an excellent training and test for climbers thinking about climbing the Italianos route on Sugarloaf.

The main mountains of Rio are visible from the top of the wall, including Dois Irmãos (Two Brothers), Pedra da Gávea (Gavea Rock), Pico da Tijuca, Corcovado, Cabritos and Sugarloaf. And the views of Rodrigo de Freitas Lake and Copacabana are breathtaking.

Climbing Cantagalo

The most popular routes are Urbanóide (4º V), Lembranças de Um Passado (4º V), 22 de Outubro (4º V), Calis (5º VI) and Brilho da Noite (3º IV). All of the routes include between three and four pitches and are about 120 meters long.

Climbing Cantagalo Hill is quite enjoyable. It’s worth checking out.

Come with us and you’ll be in the hands of experienced and highly knowledgeable climbing guides! All are known for their friendly and professional style.

Don’t worry about equipment. If there is something that you do not have or cannot take with you, no problem! Just let us know and we can loan it to you. If you prefer, you can bring only your climbing shoes. Please, contact us for any questions or doubts.

Climbing Cantagalo