|1623 / 2023-JSS-01||Mendip-Männerhöhle||-|
Cave has a 4m wide x 1.5m high entrance (the first entrance) with snow that slopes down to just two narrow ways on. On the right a small crawl through loose boulders soon ends. On the left a hands and knees crawl over sharp rocks then gradually lowered and led past two small passages on the right (these connect and end in a too tight continuation). The main crawl ended in a standing height chamber. From here a low thrutch on the left went to a surface shaft with a snow plug (the second entrance). This could, with difficulty, be free-climbed out. To the right of the chamber the cave continued for a short distance, ascending a rift up a free climb, before becoming too tight.