Infernillo

One more good spot in Pichilemu. While la puntilla and punta de lobos get very crowded often this spot is usually less popular. The wave is a bit shorter and can get pretty fat on fuller tides. Also its the place to surf when the swell is small. Be aware of the rips, i haven't been in trouble here yet, but heard that it can be very dangerous here. There is a great hostel just past the beach when you come from Pichilemu town. The host Rodrigo is a funny guy and always knows where to find the best waves.

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Attendance Week
Ok
Attendance Weekend
Ok
Best Tide Position
Low Tide only
Best Tide Movement
Falling Tide
Dangers
Rips undertow
Frequency
Very Consistent
Good Swell Direction
South West
Good Wind Direction
East
Holds up to
2.5m (8ft)
Max Length of Wave
Long (150m - 300m)
Normal Length of Wave
Normal (50m - 150m)
Starts Working
Less than 1m (3ft)
Surf Level
Experience Required
Type of Bottom
Sandy with Rocks
Type of Wave
Pointbreak
Wave Direction
Lefthander
Wave Power
Powerful

Location

Av Costanera
Pichilemu
Chile

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