Updated 20th September 2014; 29th September 2015; 4th October 2017; 7th May, 23rd September 2018; 14th May 2019
A good draughting dig. This was originally blocked by a boulder that was removed in 2014 revealing a strongly draughting narrow rift. A rope is useful to aid climbing out although it was laddered in 2015.
The base was too narrow to haul rocks out but one of the walls was susceptible to a hammer and chisel as shown in the video. A visit in 2017 probably extended the depth to about 14m. At Easter 2018, it was "cleared out" and some enlarging occurred in August.
A break-through occurred at Easter 2019 when, on a couple of trips, snappers were used to remove obstructions and a free climb gave access to a 4x4m chamber. There is a possible dig under a boulder in this chamber but it needs a hot day to follow the draught.
Reference: anon., 1995c (logbook); anon., 2014c (summer logbook); anon., 2015c (summer logbook); anon., 2017c (summer logbook); anon., 2018b (Easter logbook); anon., 2018c (summer logbook); anon., 2019b (Easter logbook)
Entrance pictures : yes
Video : by Adam Sharples, 2015 (YouTube)
Detailed Survey : scan of sketch around centre line (April 2019)
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file : April 2019 : on N Vega survey with 0415 etc (April 2019)