Ogof Marros

NGR: SN 21402 09516
105 m.asl

Carmarthenshire , West Wales
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Access From the Pendine to Amroth Road just uphill from Greenbridge, the cave is approached via a bridleway that passes through a livestock farm and then follows a small stream that once fed Greenbridge Cave. Crossing a field to the wooded area in the bottom of the valley brings you to this massive wooded depression where the cave is located. An obvious ramp of digging spoil above the main sink near the centre of the massive cliff marks the entrance.
Description Above sink in the same valley as Greenbridge Cave, at the base of a 10 metre Limestone cliff. The water is met inside...
History Dug by Phil Knight, SWCC, 2014. Entered 2015

Brendan Marris
Michael Perryman, Antonia Freem, SWCC, 2015 in SWCC nl 132, pp.16,17
Michael Perryman et al., SWCC, 2016,2019 in SWCC nl 136, pp.44,45
Gallery explorations...
SWCC blog
Cambrian Caving Council Newsletter 48, Jan 2016, pp1,3
Descent 248, pp.22-24 (2016)
SWCC nl.132, pp.10-11 (2016) Phil Knight, Ogof Marros
SWCC nl.132, pp.12-25 (2016) Andy Freem, The Description, Geology and Geomorphology of Ogof Marros - a Preliminary Report
SWCC nl.136 pp.43-46 (2019) Phil Knight, Ogof Marros: the Story so Far
Brendan Marris Caves of South Wales
The Karst Region of Pendine and Pembrokeshire
Cambrian Cave Registry entry 2016-4
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