1623 / 199 Stürzender Felsbrocken Höhle 1/T +

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Underground Description

A steeply descending tube over scree (sometimes snow), initially 3m in diameter, leads down to a choke. To the right in a cross-rift 24m long (beware of loose rock here) is an audible connection to the surface (199c). The final section of the main tube has roof pendants, and ends with a rising sand floor over which the crawl becomes too tight. The second entrance (199b) is just up and to the left of the main one.

Equipment

None absolutely required, but 15m handline helpful for entrance, especially if snowy.

Survey

1999 plan, 19k gif1999 elevation, 14k gif

Underground Centre Line

In dataset

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Scanned survey notes

1623-199

Entrances

New Entrance