Updated 6th May 2001; 3rd May 2004; 16th April 2008; 6th May 2018
Originally described as a tagged shaft with a dividing rock bridge. A 5m pitch reaches the floor. Left leads to a choke after 1m, right to a tight rift. Stones bounce for 5 seconds with a couple of seconds free fall but entry to rift is very tight.
The site was pushed down the tight rift during Easter 2004: A very tight downward squeeze, approximately 3m long, opens out onto the pitch head. Rift opens out into a big shaft, 8 - 10m across. The explorer ran out of rope with another 10 - 15m below. Water can be heard and it "looks very promising".
This was dropped at Easter 2008 as a p40 with a possible p20 beyond another constriction that requires enlarging.
The site may have been inspected (from the surface) at Easter 2018.
See also 0807, 0808, 0809 and 0760.
Reference: anon., 1990b (logbook); anon., 2001a (Easter logbook);
Corrin Juan, 2003a; anon., 2004b (Easter logbook); anon., 2008c (Easter
logbook); anon., 2018b (Easter logbook)
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