- It was once a vital path for the scattered inhabitants around Marla to reach the village of Cilaos before the commissioning of the departmental D242 road in 1973. Today, it remains an important trail for hikers, for some great mountain races such as the Grand Raid, and for all those who make the grand traverse of Reunion Island. The Bras-Rouge waterfall bears the marks of very hard and polished lava identical to Trois Roches. The site is dangerous because the slab is very smooth and slippery and it’s unwise to go near the edge. The last fatal accident here was in April 2010.
- Difference in height
- 800.97 m
- Raincoat, Hiking shoes, Warm clothing, Energy food, Sunscreen, Flashlight, Bandages, Water bottle, Detailed maps, Hat.
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