Updated 6th November 2003; 6th September 2013; 17th April 2016; 4th September 2019
A short resurgence cave which ends at a sump. The passage swings to the left at the dam, not right as shown on the old survey. A dye test in 1964 showed water from Sima-Cueva del Risco (025) resurging after five hours from this cave, Cueva de Transformador (032) and in Cueva de Tiva (026).
A visit in 1995 showed that the site was probably shallow and passable with a small amount of diving gear. In the summer 2013, the repaired dam was keeping water higher than before. In April 2016, it was called an "easy looking dive". The site was re-surveyed in 2019.
La Lisa (site 3929) is the spring below.
References: Fernández Gutiérrez Juan Carlos,
1965; Fernández Gutiérrez et al, 1966
(survey); Kendal Caving Club and
Manchester University Speleological Society, 1975; Manchester University
Speleological Society, 1982 (survey); Corrin J S and Smith P, 1981; anon.,
1995c (logbook); anon., 2013d (summer logbook); anon., 2016b (Easter logbook); anon., 2019d (summer logbook)
Entrance pictures : 2013 & 2019
Underground picture(s): yes
Detailed Survey : from 1965 low res high res : from 2019
Line Survey :
On area survey : 1975 Ozana area map. Not a lot of detail. low res high res
Survex file : 2019