A tram on the way down from Morro da Urca. Fog enshrouds Sugarloaf Mountain.

Living statue outside Sugarloaf Mountain in Rio de Janeiro.

A woman posing as a living statue near the line to get up to Sugarloaf mountain. It reminded me a lot of the buskers I saw in Barcelona.

The long line at Sugarloaf Mountain.

Everyone wants to be on Sugarloaf mountain at sunset! When we arrived, the line looped around 3 times.

Two trams at Morro da Urca in Rio de Janeiro.

A standard tram and a supply train crossing paths on the way to and from Morro da Urca.

Man carrying a frog statue at Sugarloaf Mountain.

Just a man carrying a large frog statue.

The line to Sugarloaf Mountain from above

The line was still this long by the time we got on the first tram.

View of Guanabara Bay from tram to Morro da Urca

Our first view of Guanabara Bay from the tram to Morro da Urca.

Boats on Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Many boats on Guanabara Bay and Rio de Janeiro to the west.

Foggy tram ride to Sugarloaf Mountain

A foggy tram ride took us from Morro da Urca to Sugarloaf Mountain.

A tram arriving at Sugarloaf Mountain through the fog

Another tram emerges from the fog to reach Sugarloaf Mountain.

Night view of Guanbara Bay on Sugarloaf Mountain, Rio de Janeiro

A beautiful view of Guanabara Bay and Rio to the west, including a foggy Corcovado mountain, where the iconic Christ the Redeemer statue is located.