Cave or Blind Pot, (the original NF’C name), has been recently connected with
Butter-fields Passage. It is situated next to the natural
However the cave is regular ‘injun country’ starting with a loose dig entrance which then plunges into a wet bedding crawl with little airspace, rising to a wider and higher dry section. Here one can drop down a 6-ft. rib of rock into a small constricted tube like passage, twisting until it soon emerges at the foot of some hideous ‘hangers’ blocking the end of Butter-fields Passage.
During wet weather the cave can flood about 10ft, above the entrance and takes a tremendous volume of water; therefore on no account should it be attempted in fickle conditions.
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