Tresviso Caves Project

Tresviso Caves Project Gazetter

SN-6: Torca de Concha Valera

(Sima de la Cuerre?)

East, North:362657, 4786770 (nearby)
Coordinate Quality:GPS
Long, Lat:-4.6910806954804, 43.221195853961 (map)
Elevation (m):1563
Length (m):0
Depth (m):-280
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It is an entrance approx. 5 minutes from car (assume if parked on track to Bejes from the White House). Cavity located on the northern slopes of Samelar, between the area designated as slopes of La Topinoria and Torca de Braņarredonda. It is accessed from Bejes, by the way of the Vegas de Andara until arriving at the Concha Valera revolt. From this zone a channel that ascends between rocky slopes with steep slopes. In the upper part of this one opens the mouth of the cavity, of small dimensions


No description currently available Entrance


The chasm begins with a 12 m shaft that leads to a sloping chamber. Going down the ramp you come to a 3 m pitch that ends up blocked. Going up the ramp a window leads to another 8m pitch with bad and loose rock, leading to 20 m pith. At the base of the pitch, a small meander is 6 meters long to a 10m pitch, that immediately connects to a 90m pitch. Once at the base of this pitch, a climb to a window leads to a 85m pitch, which is wide (approx 10m diameter) and has numerous windows down the length. The base of the pitch is a fairly large chamber. Going up reaches a window, and down to a 1m high ledge, meeting some water and a 15m pitch. This leads to a another 5m pitch and the final 30m pitch (undescended?)


G.E.FLASH. (2017-2018)