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Guess the crag!
© cider nut, Jun 2007
Camera used: Canon IXUS850
Got it in one :) It's the keyhole cave inside windy ledge.
Next question is - the cave has a right branch, which were were in (in a keyhole shape) and comes out round the back of the arete of Aurora, and a left branch, which is a less consistent shape. The left branch splits, and we didn't go further than that, as the left option was wet and the right one looked a little small - do either of those come out anywhere?
Fidget - 19/Jun/07
Think the left branch goes to Toms cave if i have my topography correct.
Tim Broughtonshaw - 19/Jun/07
The left branch split, so would that be the left branch of the left branch or the right branch of the left branch? :)
Fidget - 19/Jun/07
Yes Mr King we all know how familiar you are exploring tight tunnels whilst wearing a brown hat...
Fiend - 25/Jun/07
You look like you are doing a poo.
Mr Justice Cocklecarrot - 26/Jun/07
According to 'The Caves of the Peak District' its real name is Bossen Hole, and the left hand branch becomes too tight, no mention of it splitting?
Al Evans - 23/Feb/08
Ig does, but it also says the right branch emerges on the west side of the cliff, when I'm sure it should say East.
Fidget - 23/Feb/08
and why no helmet? caving is dangerous!
spa_bob - 13/Jun/08
No helmet? We used to do the through trip without lights.
Al Evans - 27/Sep/09
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If you do it without a torch, its surprisingly easy to miss that right turn to Aurora.
Jonny2vests - 28/Nov/10