Jamaican Caving Notes
Mar 05, 2003
MACBEAN'S SHELTER CAVE:
Field notes: I. C. CONOLLEY
Cavers: R. S. Stewart, I. C. Conolley, M. Taylor
Coxheath’s Blue Hole Cave:
The famed Blue Hole in Coxheath, the dread hole that no one should even go close to turned out to be a scramble. Not bad in itself but the build up made the discovery disappointing. Located near the summit of the hill. Could have been an old sink hole. It does have cave features, stalagmites.
A hole in a precipitous rock. Malibu becomes a tarzan and climbs the vines hanging from the trees above the cave and gets in. It is a huge chamber he says. But no it really does not go anywhere. Anyone else interested in climbing up. No takers. Good to know its there but.... oh yes they say that John Crows roosted there once upon a time.
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