Surveys and Rigging Guides
? grade 1
The obvious way in leads to a 'Viewing gallery' over the entrance chamber, but descent this way would require tackle. Best way in is to the left where a freeclimb leads down a 10m ramp in a chamber. This is snow-choked in some years but in 1980 a dig opened a triangular slot to a 6m pitch into a smaller, boulder-choked chamber. This was reentered in 1987 and an animal skeleton was found and removed for the Austrian cavers. There is a very small, but draughting tube in the roof of this final chamber, going back towards the surface.
CUCC 1980, 1987
Scanned survey notes
This does not appear to be in the Austrians' Kataster.
Id letter: ''
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- Marking Comment
- as at Aug 2001: "109" in very faded yellow paint, with an Omega.
- This is a hole you step over on the way to Sonnenstrahlhöhle (113).
- Other Station
- point above 1623/109 entrance
47.6688912N 13.8146495E (UTM33 411014, 5280181), 1597m (SRTM is +52m, distance from reference: 6m)
All survexfiles for this cave (if any)