Spain 1973, 1974,
Name: Cueva Llonín, Cueva del Agua
GPS: N43°19'57" W4°38'46"
UTM: 30T 366.65 4799.26
Alt: 150 m
Description: Narrow entrance followed by a squeeze; crawl to rift which leads to a pitch via a corner with some stals (pictured). Decorated chamber (see below).
2007 – Jim Thomson’s recommendation to view
2008 – GPS fix entrance
2011 – Bill to squeeze, Mike to pitch
From Cave Science 51 (1973), Guy Cox, section VIII, #3:
Cueva del Agua. At Llonín, in a limestone cliff 15m from the road. A narrow entrance leads to a passage, which ends after 20m in a 12m pitch into a large, well-decorated chamber. (Derouet et al., 1954; Llopis et al., 1955)
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