/ Rhoscolyn cave, new(?) DWS project
We found a pretty cool potential line @ Rhoscolyn the other day. From a traverse in on the LHS of the cave it's possibly to gain a roof crack which _could_ take you all the way back out again.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VdfqXGutJsE gives an idea of the line. With kneepads it might be possible to get enough out of the kneebar to figure out the next section... I wimped out as I was too scared of falling out head-first - would probably feel less committing with a higher tide.
Have a go if you're in the area (or maybe it's been done)?
I'm at Gogarth next weekend, will certainly give that a look, sounds awesome! Any estimations as to how hard the whole thing is, and how high? Cheers
It does come up under Electric Blue but from the left side of the cave.
I guess you mean this: http://news.v12outdoor.com/2011/06/13/epic-rhoscolyn-dws-project-falls-to-dan-mcmanus/ ? We actually went to Rhoscolyn to give it a shot but the tide v low making the start a little too exciting.
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