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Tom and I descended M48 Jam Pot virtually to the bottom last Sunday ” title=”Very Happy” /> .
It’s an interesting cave: a nice main pitch (once through the awkward squeeze to get onto it), and spacious at that pitch’s base and beyond.
The main pitch competes with M12, M170 and M179 (all also approx 35m) for impresiveness. Doesn’t quite make it, but is visually better than M54’s scrappy 40m drop.
We surprisingly took nearly 5 hours, but it was a day well-spent.
Full report in a future Nargun.
Yes good cave. Better than most of the other vertical caves on potholes due to some interesting stuff at the bottom. And the squeezes aren’t as bad as everyone says either. Worth doing.
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