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Brazil 135 Ultramarathon

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Distance Ultra marathon

About Brazil 135 Ultramarathon

The Brazil 135 is held in the Serra da Mantiqueira mountains (a sub-range of the Andes Cordillera) in the state of Minas Gerais. This lush mountain range separates Rio de Janeiro from Minas Gerais state and is one of few ramaining areas with the extensive Mata Atlantica ( Atlantic Coastal Rainforest) in southeastern Brazil. It is dotted with pretty little towns and national and state parks.

Considered the most difficult foot race in Brazil, it is run on the hardest, most challenging segment of the Caminho da Fé (Path of Faith or Way of Faith), the most difficult Brazilian pilgrimage path. The primary objectives of the Caminho da Fé pilgrimage are the experience of moments of reflection and faith through the exercise of walking – the integration of man with nature and with religion. 


BR135 5 Marathons São João da Boa Vista - Paraisópolis

  • 217.2609km

BR135 São João da Boa Vista - Borda da Mata

  • 134km

São João da Boa Vista - Águas da Prata

  • 53.10822km



Libero, Giordano, Bandeirantes, Gran Beto Hotel, Central

After Race Services

Event After-Party

Aid Stations

The crew follows you around the route providing you aid, water, etc.. for the whole race.

Award Medals

Medals and shirts for all finalists and male and female finalists.

Equipment Storage

The DROP-BAGS Locations are as follows: 1 Hawk's Peak Top 2 Serra dos Limas 3- Crisólia (Bar of Zetti) 4 Stumps Mogi (Inn Pilgrim - St. Thérèse) 5 Stowage - Pousada do Peregrino 6 Paraisópolis (Chek Point Top Notch) 7- Luminosa (Inn Pilgrim)

Maximum Time

48 hrs


Crew is responsible for transporting participants back to the hotel.

Brazil 135 Ultramarathon Route Map

Brazil 135 Ultramarathon Route Map


São João da Boa Vista

São João da Boa Vista,br



São João da Boa Vista,br


Caminho da Fé (Path of Faith or Way of Faith)


The Brazil 135 was inspired “in concept and in spirit” by the Badwater 135 in Death Valley, California. Finishing the solo event in under 48 hours is included in the qualifying standards for entry into Badwater because it’s part of the Badwater World Cup, an international series of 135-mile races held in exotic locations under extreme conditions.

The race is held in the Serra da Mantiqueira Mountains, a sub-range of the Andes Cordillera, in the state of Minas Gerais. The Caminho Da Fé is a route marked by yellow arrows and consists of stretches of dirt roads, forests, waterfalls, asphalt, trails within farms and railroad tracks.

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.