Month: July 2016

Eastern Massif, Picos de Europa, Northern Spain

In search of a sump

Emily, Gareth and Duncan visited Agua today in search of the sump and a bypass to it in a section called road to Wigan pier. We had a late start and got into the cave at 13:30. Duncan lead the way in as the others had not visited Agua before. We installed the hose to drain that annoying…
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On our way

After spending 30 mins on the M27 outside Portsmouth due to motorway being closed, Duncan and I made the ferry with only a few minutes to spare. Looking forward to two weeks caving, sun and good company. Just enjoying a pint of Guinness

Tresviso 2016 expedition begins

Overview & brief history:  The Picos de Europa is a range of mountains 20km inland from the northern coast of Spain, forming part of the Cantabrian Mountains.  It consists of three main areas, the Central, Eastern and Western Massifs.  It was the Eastern Massif that drew the attention of Lancaster University Speleological Society (LUSS) in…
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