Tresviso Caves Project

Tresviso Caves Project Gazetter

FT42: GA-01 (Green)

(Pothole of Peruvian Flies, GA-1)

Area:Mazarrasa Mines
East, North:360854, 4785549 (nearby)
Coordinate Quality:Map (yellow map)
Long, Lat:-4.7129633247062, 43.209875554246 (map)
Elevation (m):1888
Length (m):0
Depth (m):-30
System:Sistema Ramazosa
Active Lead:
Survey Available:

Approach

It is situated to the left of the right branch of the last diversion from the road to Grajal below. Registration FT-42 is painted in his entrance.

Entrance

Mine Shaft

Description

 Mine shaft to P30 on one side  P10 on other not descended due to lack of equipment.  
 
Bottom of the P30 leads to horizontal mine passage with 4 options:
1. Pitch with mine hoppers and rotten beams - not explored due to dangerous condition.  
2. Under the entrance pitch there is a tight rift that appears to connect with the a lower level.
3. Opposite side of bottom of the pitch the passage continues to a pitch that connects to another  pitch to the floor below. - Dangerous conditions so not descended.   
4. An enlarged mine passage leads to a natural passage that is too tight.  This could be enlarged but there is no apparent draft.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Reference

L.S.D. (1981) A.D.KAMI. (1998) Memorias Beges 1998

Notes

All caves and mines in the area should be treated with extreme caution. There are all very unstable, part collapsed with snow and rock or contain extreme old mine workings L.S.D. (1981) refer to this entrance in relation to Boulderosa / Ramazosa, but currently no known connection

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