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Posts by Gwyddno

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Topic: Explore Video : The Slate Mines Of Coniston : Largest Cavern I've Ever Seen! :
Gwyddno

Forum: North West England   Posted: 30/10/2019 08:49:18   Subject: Explore Video : The Slate Mines Of Coniston : Largest Cavern I've Ever Seen! :
I agree about Minllyn. Considering that most of the chambers are just one working floor high, they have a scale and grandeur. When taking groups in there, it's good to stop in the first chamber, tur
Topic: Croesor-Rhosydd 1st Pitch
Gwyddno

Forum: North Wales   Posted: 22/10/2011 19:15:34   Subject: Croesor-Rhosydd 1st Pitch
The red rope on the first abseil has been melted (looks like soembody going too fast with too small a descender). The sheath has ruptured about 1/2 way down it. Take your own rope for a pull-through!
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