dong Chengbihedong sink -

3.2 Chengbihedong (river cave)
UTM: 48 674960 2683193 Altitude: 363m
UTM: 48 673674 2683874 Altitude: 367m
This is a meandering river cave with mud banks whose upper slopes are of boulders and mud set cobbles. This cave was entered at a resurgence dam and after about 400m there is a large boulder chamber where the river flowed through some minor rapids.
Following this is a section with more rapids and meanders before the river breaks out into daylight and a large doline. After a further 200m the sink is met. Throughout the cave there are possible side passages leading off. Due to time constraints no detailed survey was produced of the cave. However, a BCRA grade 1 sketch was made. Local fishermen make use of the cave.

AUT. VAR. Collated by GED CAMPION (2001)
The YRC Guangxi Caves 2000 Expedition. The YRC Bulletin Summer 2001 64 p., 45 photos, 4 cartes, 8 topographies
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Résultat des explorations menéees au cours de l’expédition Guangxi Caves 2000 dans la province du Guangxi (Comtés de Leye et Lingyun).

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