Pozo del Hasta Luego

Alternate Names: FT14

Includes:  FT10 - Casetin - FT11 - FT12 - FT13 - FT14 Pozo Del Hasta Luego

LOCATION, ENTRANCE, DESCRIPTION, SURVEYS, REFERENCES


CO-ORDINATES: 30T X:360650 Y:4785680
ALTITUDE: 1850m
LENGTH:
DEPTH: -166m


LOCATION:

From Caseton de Andara, follow the markings for the Lake Depression (Pozo de Andara). At the obvious junction (before reaching the lake area) take the left hand path that zig zags up the side of the mountain, until the obvious mine area is reached. Follow the route to T145, but stop just before the first hairpin bend


ENTRANCE:

The entrance is marked with FT14 but it is joined to the other pitches by the mine galleries FT14b, FT13 and FT10.

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DESCRIPTION:

A 20m pitch in rectangular sectioned shaft (5m by 7m) enters mined natural passage, with unstable boulders and overhanging beams to snow plug,

45 degree mine adit / ramp enters at foot of pitch from FT14a and FT13 (not shown on 80's survey)

Following the snow down leads to the top of a very dangerous pitch of 10m.

At head of P10 is unexplored mine passage, probably connected to FT10, FT11 and FT12 entrances, although this may be the connection to FT14a and FT13 marked incorrectly on the survey.

At the bottom of P10 is a small circular chamber, followed in a few meters to a beautiful 40m pitch in a horseshoe shaped shaft. 

At head of P40 a pendulum reaches a mine passage which connects to FT10, FT11 and FT12

At 15m from the bottom of the P40, a small pendulum attains a mine passage which intersect the shaft. To the west it is blind after a few metres. The other side reaches, after 100m, the base of a large aven, 16m long but not free climbable. (this is not shown on  80's survey or is the connection to FT10 etc. marked incorrectly)

At base is very steep and very unstable slope, leading onto a P90, that can be rebelayed in 3 sections, to a damp bottom. The shaft is initially circular but enlarges to 20m x 10m half way down.

Small stream quickly ends at -166m.

Half way down P90 is small parallel pitch, with a small draught that becomes too tight.   

 


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REFERENCES