INGRINA


Ingrina is an amazing place. With a massive batch of S0's, a crag that rarely touches 12m, and angles that are often a little more 'steady' than the canted, gutsy angles of Ponta Garcia, the venue's position in the DWS history books is fully guaranteed. Add to this easy access almost everywhere, brilliant gear-up ledges and excellent viewing and beta points, and you have a world-class arrangement. The main Ingrina beach is simply beautiful, with a palm-tree surrounded bar and good parking. The walk-in to the crag from the cliff-top car park is no more than 5 minutes. The camp site is a pretty chilled-out example, with its own bar and restaurant, and some colourful clientèle. I can't sing the crag's praises highly enough.

Routes

37 dws routes (?...?)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
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Approach walk Other Page
Main Cave
The main cave at Ingrina offers some great deep water soloing. On its left-hand side (looking in)...
13
DWS
Lots of sun!
Level

5 mins

217
Smiley Face
The well-formed face below the gearing-up ledge is home to some fine routes, consisting of mostly...
7
DWS
Lots of sun!
Level

5 mins

220
Nude Boy Wall
The Nude Boy Wall consists of a wall that starts within sight of the gearing-up ledge, but...
8
DWS
Afternoon sun
Level

5 mins

221
Romeo & Juliet Face
The Romeo & Juliet Face, split from the adjoining Nude Boy Wall by a big blowhole, is characterised...
6
DWS
Lots of sun!
Level

5 mins

222
Bristol Biters Cave
The final series of routes are found behind the cave behind the blowhole. The area is convoluted...
3
DWS
No sun
Level

5 mins

223
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