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Posted: 16/11/2020 21:30:45
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We are looking at heading to cwmystwyth on the 19th/20th December and was hoping to seek some advise. We have a mixed bag of experience in the club, some with srt experience and some without. I was hoping to find out which mines are generally walkable and the ones which require srt.

I have a feeling we will be doing the walk in mines in the Saturday and then doing some srt on the Sunday to give everyone the chance of having an explore.

I am also under the impression a lot of your entrances involve deep water? Again if it's somthing we are going to encounter then I would like to make sure my lads have the correct gear.

Thanks in advance
Dan

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Posted: 16/11/2020 23:14:16
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