Updated 25th September 2018
The information below has been roughly translated from the French, Spéléo-Club Dijon reference, Simonnot G, 2016.
Fifty meters southwest of the lower entrance (site 4382) to the Cueva Vallina. Originally a small, impenetrable tube, filled with humus and straw (badgers nests) and with a violent draught during cold periods. After 6m there is an impenetrable crack at the foot of rocky recess.
Excavated and explored by the SC Dijon, 2010.
The air temperature was 13.4°C in September 2017.
References: Simonnot G, 2016; Simonnot G, 2018
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