Surveys and Rigging Guides
(Notes in 2003#23)
A short sloping crawl leads to a stooping passage which opens out into a large horizontal phreatic passage heading northeast, floored with large blocks. This proceeds for around 25m to the northeast before terminating in an unstable boulder pile. Some small tubes branch off but are too small to access. In summer 2003 there was a strong inwards draught, which lost itself in the terminal boulder chokes.
Underground Centre Line
CUCC 2003 Julian T, Dave L, Frank T
Scanned survey notes
- Marking Comment
- Tagged as 2003-04 by initial explorers. Retagged with final kataster number 2004-07-31.
- In small elliptical depression around 100m N of stone bridge. A short tunnel to the south from this depression can be seen from the stone bridge; this is triangular in cross-section, hence the name.
- Tag Location
- 1623.p241 47.69216N 13.82211E (UTM33 5282758, 411614), 1890m
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Primary survex file for this cave
Download .3d file caves-1623/241/241.3d
cave ID '1623-241'
cave survex path '1623/241'