Slug World

At the bottom of the entrance pitch to Lancaster Hole is a climb up to the S.E. A high rift passage gradually lowers to a hands and knees dig in sand. This pops out up through the floor of a larger passage. Straight on leads past fine formations including a large column and helictites and round a corner to a calcited choke with a draught.

Take care of formations in this area

Back to the right from the exit of the dig is a passage leading to a calcited climb down to a lower passage with three holes (-6 metres) in the floor. These all get too tight at the bottom but take the draught. They are close to SAND CAVERNS.


Photos, by of Andy Whitney

R.R.C.P.C. 2000