dong Niubizidong - 牛鼻子洞

The entrance pitch lands on a mud slope, with a sump at the bottom. At a slightly higher level than the sump, large horizontal passage leads off to the southeast. After 30m the passage splits.
At the lower level, the left-hand wall can be followed to gain a muddy chamber. A window 8m up on the left-hand wall has not been investigated. At the far end of the chamber, a 4m climb leads to the top of a 10m pitch down into a sizeable chamber.

The alternative route from 30m into the caves is to climb up the mud bank to gain the right-hand side of the passage. From here a side passage leads up to the southeast. This passage can be followed past calcite formations, down a mud slope, through steep downhill stooping passage, and down more steep mud to a 5m easy climb. This climb provides a bypass into the large chamber alternatively reached by the 10m pitch from the first branch.

Hilary Greaves
Erin Lynch
Gavin Lowe
Liu Hong
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Site sur les campagne d’expéditions du club de Hong Mei Gui. Dans les provinces du Guizhou, Guangxi, Yunnan. Explorations dans les comtés de Leye, Nandan, Guilin. Données chiffrées sur les cavités topo données topo et photo chronique d’expédition.

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