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Descent (63), March 1985


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Descent (63), March 1985


Daren Cilau

A high-level bypass has revealed a further 2.5 miles of passage and many open leads in Daren Cilau.


The NCA Column

The NCA reports back to cavers.


Money for Caving: Will We Miss the Boat Again?

Funding for expeditions is falling in relationship to the number of cavers leaving our shores – can anything be done?


Cave of the Black Waterfall

The discovery and exploration of Ogof Rhaeadr Ddu.


Java ’84

Warm water, hot bureaucracy, cool snakes – and a seven-mile-long cave still going!


Fantastico Elastico

Confused with your SRT rigging? Try Fantastico Elastico.


Neil Moss: A Turning Point in British Cave Rescue

George Cooper continues his coverage and far-reaching effects of the Neil Moss fatality in Peak Cavern.


Cover: Hugh Rice in the streamway near the Confluence, Ogof Ffynnon Ddu. Photo: Chris Howes




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  • Size: A4
  • Pages: 40
  • Publication date: March 1985
  • ISSN: 0046-0036
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