Descent (12), May 1970 OUT OF PRINT...
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Dan yr Ogof sees continued exploration.
There’s some new extensions in the ice caves of Austria’s Dachstein.
A round-up of rescues on Mendip, compete with the problem of a locked gate preventing escape.
Electrically warmed garments for cavers, no less!
DCRO has been considering how younger cavers should be taking over new roles.
The MRO has been thinking about how best to extract a victim from an area of bad air.
The Happy Wanderers have been pushing a cave on Leck Fell: Pippikin Hole, now about two miles long.
For the first time, British cavers are heading for the caves of the Himalayas, perhaps the most ambitious expedition to ever leave the UK.
The terminal sump in Llygad Llwchwr has been passed at last, revealing a new series.
The Cave Research Group held its latest meeting in Whernside Manor in the Dales.
For months, cavers have been thinking and thinking and composing caving songs for our competition. The winner is here: ‘The Saga of Tom Tavey’.
Cover: Camping cavers. Artwork: Tony Payne