Updated 17th January 2004; 25th January 2015; 9th February 2016; 21st September 2018
A 15m stoop and walk leads to a 20m calcite slope which can be walked down on the left. At the base, on the right, a 10m pitch drops onto another calcite slope which ends at a calcite choke. On the left a passage leads to further choked pitches.
The entrance passage appears to have archaeological excavations, while the skeleton of a possible bear lies near to the mud formations at the base of the calcite slope.
A sediment sample was taken at Whit 95.
References: Fernández Gutiérrez et al, 1966;
anon., 1975b (logbook); Corrin J S and Smith P, 1981; material in file; anon.,
1995b (Whit logbook); anon., 2015a (January, February logbook); Simonnot G, 2016; Simonnot G, 2018
Entrance picture : yes
Underground picture(s): base of calcite slope sediment sampling 1 sediment sampling 2
bear skull? calcite slope entrance passage
Detailed Survey : 1:1000
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file : yes (Coordinates altered to fit ETRS89 datum, April 2014.)