- 13° 50' 06" E, 47° 42' 02" N
A large depression on the Hohes Augst-Eck ridge about 1km SSW of Roß Kogel, is reached from the crest of the ridge above the obvious rock arch, by following a large snow field to the head of the depression. Contouring around to the south of the depression, following the bedding, LA25 to 27 are close together. LA26 is approximately 200m SE of LA25
A large low opening behind a large snow field soon develops into a large horizontal passage dropping to a choke after 50m. A climb up before the choke reaches a loose ramp. Uphill in the ramp chokes, whilst down the slope passes an oxbow toreach a drippy choked chamber. Opposite the point of entry to the ramp, a slot in the wall reaches an ascending ramp. To the left is a small inlet, and to the right is a pitch into the rift. A climbable bypass gains the roof of the drippy chamber.
The above description is taken from the LUSS report
on the 1987 expedition.