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Tham Men Dip 2953 data from Internet Underground Cavity Back-Link Neighborhood: 
paths of length <= 2 sorted in chronological order Create instance of  Underground Cavity <https://ontology.uis-speleo.org/ontology/#UndergroundCavity> - data from Internet EN data from Internet The cave is found at the end of the track to the forest ranger station. Follow the rough track through 3 gates until you reach the ranger station. Behind the ranger station there drop down a small gully to a surface stream, which can be followed downstream (heading west) to the sink, which is less than 50m from the parking area. data from Internet Where the surface stream sinks at the base of a small cliff there are two routes down to the streamway in the cave. The left hand (western) entrance involves a climb down tree roots for 4m to the stream bed, whereas the right hand (eastern) entrance offers an easier climb down rocks. After 10m the stream drops down a 4m drop into a waist deep pool (handline useful, bolt placed in the right hand wall a couple of metres before the climb). - Following the stream down a series of small cascades (and pools), after a further 50m a short pitch is reached - best rigged with a ladder and tether through an eyehole in the left hand wall, with a bolt placed for a lifeline a couple of metres back from the pitch. At the foot of the pitch, heading upstream soon closes down but heading downstream involves a short drop into a pool, quickly followed by a second pool (with low airspace below a stal curtain), followed by a wet 3m climb down (handline rigged from natural back in the low pool). - Another series of cascades and pools follows for an entertaining 30m of wet streamway to a final pitch of 5m down a fine cylindrical shaft (bolt on left hand wall for ladder, lifeline rigged from natural back in passage). Below the pitch the passageway briefly increases in size (with an inlet heading up the slippery slope to the right), until at a well decorated corner the streamway follows the stream to the right and disappears through a too tight slot between the stall formations in the floor. data from Internet Martin Ellis data from Internet NA0181 data from Internet EN data from Internet 19.34694003280701 data from Internet 44 data from Internet TH data from Internet 142 data from Internet 4a0819c2ef16b0898138090cd7a4e303 Back-Link Neighborhood: 
paths of length <= 2 sorted in chronological order - data from Internet Martin Ellis data from Internet 101.08738658870793 data from Internet Tham Men Dip data from Internet 1406 data from Internet