Updated 28th April 2012; 23rd April, 30th November 2016
A pumping station on the east of the track takes (or took?) water out of a deep pool, an eyehole into the small stream that resurges on the other side of the track. This is marked by a manual water pump (dedicated to José Antonio Carro Solana) and a set of steps down to the actual resurgence, which then flows off to the river a few metres away. The caves at the resurgence are tiny.
At Easter 2012, during a moderate flood, the resurgence was seen to run very clear with enough force to keep back the racing brown water in the main river. About 15m to the south of the pumping station, at the track side, there is a narrow slot which carries on beyond boulders. On the other side of the track is the flood overflow resurgence. Another 25 or so metres further south the fairly open route up to Cueva las Cosas starts.
Reference: anon., 2007d (summer logbook); Corrin Juan, 2007a; anon., 2012b (Easter logbook); anon., 2016d (autumn logbook)
Entrance pictures: yes
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Video : Easter 2012
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