Updated 14th May 2000; 15th May 2006; 22nd April 2008; 25th May 2021
The draughting entrance is under a rock outcrop on the southern side of a field. The entrance is a "breath out" bedding plane followed by a slightly larger low crawl for about 50m to a junction with a stream. Upstream leads to a 5m duck and 30m further on a passable boulder choke and finally, a very tight, draughting hole in another choke. Downstream, after some 30m, a junction to a higher level is met. The lower level follows silty passage to a sump and draughting choke.
This is very near to the upstream sump in Cueva de Jivero 1 (016) and the connection was made at Easter 2000. The higher level splits: the southern branch ends after 40m at a draughting boulder choke; the northern route ends at two chokes with no draught.
Link to entry in the Cave Diving Sump Index.
References: Corrin J S and Smith P, 1981; anon., 1988 (logbook); anon., 1992b (logbook); material in file; Corrin J and Quin A, 1992; Corrin J, 1993 (survey); anon., 2000b (Easter logbook); Corrin Juan, 2001
Entrance pictures : yes
Detailed Survey : 1:1000
Line Survey :
On area survey :
Survex file : yes (Amended magnetic declination December 2013 to align with Eur79 grid and coordinates altered to fit ETRS89 datum, April 2014.)
Passage direction rose diagram: 30/6/2018