Updated 17th October 2004; 14th October 2011; 9th May 2018
Sites 2035, 2036 and 2037 lie inside a hairpin road bend to the north of Alisas and above site 1969. Together with site 1994 they all take water and presumbably, getting beyond the breakdown and rubbish in the entrances should eventually meet an enlarging system.
This shaft is the largest of the three and takes water from a covered resurgence. A 20m long, cliff-lined. complex shaft which is choked with rocks, rubbish and sediment at all places.
The information board at Fuente Aguanaz states that the resurging water comes from Alisas.
Dowsing in July 2011 failed to find any reactions on the road below all these sites. A summary of the dowsing results can be seen here.
Nearby sink, site 1969, was injected with optical brightening agent on 10th April, 2018. It was detected at Fuente Aguanaz 3 days later, the fluorocapteur proving negative the day before. (Details of the water trace can be found here.)
Reference: anon., 2004b (Easter logbook); anon., 2004d (summer
logbook); Corrin, Juan 2006; anon., 2011d (summer logbook); anon., 2018b (Easter logbook)
Entrance picture: 2004 and 2018
Detailed Survey : sketch plan from logbook
On area survey: