"Caldeirão" trail

This route starts and ends at the viewpoint of Caldeirão and lasts approximately 2h30. The rail skips the boiler counterclockwise and ends at the point where it was started.

Given the small size of the island of Corvo it is recommended to enjoy the walk and also carry the trail Cara do Índio (Indian Face). Click here to see the trail.

The trails often pass through areas classified as Protected Landscape. Contribute to its protection and ensure its biodiversity through the conservation of this natural habitat. Bring along with you all the junk you produce (and any more you find).

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