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Table of contents

1. Urca 3 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Sport and Unknown

Long/Lat: -43.161755, -22.950497

1.1. Pao de Acucar (Sugarloaf) 3 routes in Area

Summary:
Sport and Unknown

Long/Lat: -43.154593, -22.949394

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Cavalo Louco 5° VI YDS:5.10c Unknown 270m
2 *** Via dos Italianos

Up the nose of the Sugarloaf below the cable car. 9 pitches. Trend L after 3 pitches for more great climbing.

FA: Mario Arnaud and Andre Ribas

5° V E1 D1 AU:19 YDS:5.9 Sport 250m
3 *** Coringa

5.5 easy route, it start at the end of the southern face . doesn't go to the top of sugarloaf, it finishes on the middle of the hiking trail. either hike down 30 min or up, another 30 minutes to the top.

III YDS:5.5 Sport 100m 3

1.2. Morro da Babilonia 0 routes in Crag

Description:

One of the busiest walls in the country. Lots of routes, good as an introduction to Rio standards

Access Issues:

You have to to check in with the cable car administration office, at an entrance just left of the main cablecar door

Approach:

2 min on a short trail for the first couple of routes

1.3. Morro da Urca 0 routes in Area

Approach:

varies

1.4. Boulders 0 routes in Boulder

Description:

All along Pista Claudio Coutinho (paved track), there are hundreds of boulders, on the seaside and on the forest

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
III *** Coringa Sport 100m 3 1.1. Pao de Acucar (Sugarloaf)
5° V E1 D1 *** Via dos Italianos Sport 250m 1.1. Pao de Acucar (Sugarloaf)
5° VI Cavalo Louco Unknown 270m 1.1. Pao de Acucar (Sugarloaf)