Updated 26th June, 21st October 2010; 13th May 2011; 26th April 2012; 1st July 2018; 24th May 2021
Two holes part way up a heavily vegetated slope. The right hand entrance is 2m high and leads to walking passage with a fine sandstone roof. The passage splits, both branches ending at the same choke of large boulders. There would appear to be no archaeological significance.
At Easter 2010, the cave was linked to the newly discovered Cueva del Nabo, site 3357. (No logbook write-up). The link through is a low crawl on the right hand side just inside the entrance.
Reference: anon., 1994a (Easter logbook); card; anon., 2010c (summer logbook); Corrin Juan, 2011; anon., 2011b (Easter logbook)
Entrance picture : yes
Underground picture(s): yes
Detailed Survey :
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Survex file : site 3357
Passage direction rose diagram: 1/7/2018