• Ghar Parau dinner invitation

    Have you or your club benefitted from Ghar Parau funding for an expedition?

    To mark the occasion of the 50th anniversary of its creation, a meal is to be held at the Anchor Inn in Tideswell, Derbyshire on Saturday 11th February, 2023. As well as a meal there will be speakers on behalf of the original Ghar Parau explorers and the current GPF committee.

    Details here

Corris Mines

RobinGriffiths

Well-known member
Is there any access to any of these at the moment? The only things I've done in Corris are Ratgoed, the hole on the other side of the valley containing the crane, and the tourity boaty thing. Although interested in surface remains if there's no underground access.
 

tomferry

Active member
What about doing bryneglwys access is controlled by cal so Dave Tyson can pass you on lots of information.

There is a good amount to see there without srt even more if you use the fixed aids .I personally love the drainage adit the level fawr
 

ChrisJC

Well-known member
There's no official access at Aberllefenni but they do see a fair bit of traffic. Red Crane level for example.

Chris.
 

ChrisJC

Well-known member
I guess on top of that you've got Hendre Ddu, and Minllyn, both with underground that is worth a poke about. And Minllyn has more than you might expect if you also examine the stuff lower down and to the south of the more widely known workings.

Abercorris, and Tyn y berth, although as I recall the latter is just a bunch of huge vertical chambers that require SRT for everything.

Chris.
 
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