Updated 22nd October 2007; 22nd May 2014
The entrance is at the base of the cliff to the east of Cueva Coberruyo (138). A 6m crawl which draughts and may dig. This site and site 1349 were re-investigated in October 2007 and the following account written:
These two caves are connected though the route through needs excavating. They are situated on a ledge at the base of an outcrop about 80 metres east of Cueva de Coberruyo. Both are hands and knees crawls and 1348 is probably the most interesting from a digging point of view.
The draught is confusing as, on the first trip, site 1349 was draughting out very strongly from the connection passage though not at the end and site 1348 also appeared to be draughting out. A couple of days later site 1349 was draughting in through the connection and out of 1348 and no draught could be detected at the end of 1348, also the draught was much reduced. The weather on both days was fine with no surface wind. The survey is a memory sketch but should be quite accurate.
Reference: anon., 1998d (logbook); anon., 2007e (autumn
logbook); anon., 2014b (Easter logbook)
Entrance picture: yes
Detailed survey: with 1349
On area survey: