Updated 21st April 2016
A wooded shakehole on the right of the route to Cueva Llueva (114). A collapse of an old dig that emits a howling gale. The short entrance crawl leads to a 1m diameter, 5m deep pitch ending at a squeeze and a further 4m pitch. Another short descent enters a small stream passage which ends far too tight but emitting a strong draught. The cave may possibly join with the small passage and rift on the right of downstream Llueva.
The site was revisited at Easter 2016 and capping could be an option to progress.
References: anon., 1981 (logbook);
Corrin J et al, 1981a;
Corrin J, 1983c; anon., 2016b (Easter logbook)
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