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AHS Cave

Appin, Glen Creran, Coire Shelieach, Argyllshire.

NGR:NN 02895 49500
WGS84:56.59585, -5.21210
Length:18 m
Vert. Range:2 m
Altitude:385 m
Geology:Limestone, reran Flags Formation - Semipelite, Quartzite And Pelite (Neoproterozoic age).

Cave found in 1997, by members of the Appin Historical Society on tour led by Alan Jeffreys. At NN 02901 49495, there is a 1.5m cliff 6m long with a few small holes at the base. The right hand one was entered and 9m of uncomfortable crawl explored. From the entrance it turns right after less than a metre, 2m parallel to cliff, then left turn and another 6m plus.

Alternate Names: Appin Historical Society Cave

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