Updated 11th October 2005
A small draughting hole on the side of a depression. The entrance has been enlarged and drops in a 3.5m pitch to a cross rift. All 3 rifts draught: left is an easy short crawl with an oxbow; right is a short crawl to a small pocket; straight on is an easy section of passage with old stal and bosses blocked with rocks. The way on is narrow with tree roots.
Back under the ladder, the floor has been dug out to a low area of stal flow with a hole. More stal can be seen beyond and there is a good draught and echo.
Reference: anon., 2004b (Easter logbook); anon., 2005b (Easter & summer)
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