There are 2 entrances on the side of a limestone scar. The top one is a 2m drop onto a bouldery slope. The usual one, a couple of metres away, is a narrow slide-in to a climb down a rift. Another couple of metres down the scar another hole in leaf litter may be big enough to crawl through. The cave is stooping or crawling size in small phreatic tubes with some ancient collapse near the entrances. To the right (south) near the entrance, an overtight slide down meets the stream that sinks near the base of the entrances scar and flows through into Injanas 1 (video).
To the left (east), a crawl leads to slopes down and a choke all round in calcite that comes close to the anastomoses in Injanas 1. A soil slope and the final slope with small gour pools are the resting ground for a large number of snails, some calcited over.
Up to the north of the calcite floor chamber is a crawl through to a 5m climb down into a narrowing rift.
References: anon., 2016b (Easter logbook)
Entrance pictures : April 2016
Underground pictures : April 2016 : snails
Video : over-tight squeeze from Injanas 2 to Injanas 1 (YouTube)
Detailed survey : Easter 2016 - svg file : pdf file
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file : yes