Low crawl in Ogof Tee - Photo by Mark
Loz in a small alcove in Ogof Tee - Photo by Mark
Loz in a small chamber in Ogof Tee - Photo by Mark
The route was very tight at first and the belled out, so a line was rigged and then we started to descend. The climb was not as bad as first looked and soon Loz and Brendan were awaiting the arrival of Mark. The squeeze through the boulders was far to tight for him so a few minutes of rock bashing took place to take off the sharp pointy edge of the one boulder that was stopping his descent. Soon Mark was able to just squeeze through and we prayed that this would be a one way trip. We were now in Ogof Cil Sanws and we followed the strong draught through some boulder digs and tight sections to meet a trickle of water entering a low wide section. We could see plenty of airspace and so we went through to and area where we could see daylight. Some frantic digging through snady sediment allowed us to reach daylight at the Ogof Cil Sanws entrance high up in the side of the Danydarren quarry.
Low wet crawl near the entrance to Ogof Cil Sanws - Photo by Mark
Present: Loz Appleby, Mark Burkey and Brendan Marris