L:8000
V:115

Ogof Craig a Ffynnon, Craig a Ffynnon, Rock and Fountain Cave, Ogof Craig-a-Ffynnon, Ogof Craig-ar-Ffynnon


NGR: SO 22011 12873
259 m.asl

Monmouthshire , Northern Outcrop - East (Morlais to Abergavenny)
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Active Cave
Access Situated on the North Western side of the Gorge in old quarry workings directly above the Rock and Fountain Inn. Current Access arrangements
Description A large cave which progresses deep into the Llangattock mountain and comes close to parts of the Daren Cilau system. A short crawl leads to a series of well decorated chambers and phreatic passages. Cave water resurges at Ogof Capel and Rock and Fountain Springs.
History J.Parker and J.Hill
Hydrology
Conservation
SSSI: 0080 Mynydd Llangatwg (Mixed) GCR: 554
Gallery

Matt Emmett
2012

Brendan Marris
2008

Mark Burkey
2019
Survey
GOCAF
References
A Caver's View of the Clydach River (Cwmbran Caving Club, 1986), Schuurmans, T.
Caves of South Wales, Stratford, T., 1995
Geomorphology, 134, pp.79-93, Farrant, Andrew R. and Smart, Peter L., Role of sediment in speleogenesis; sedimentation and paragenesis [paragenetic gallery, blind passages and aven]
Brendan Marris Caves of South Wales
Cambrian Cave Registry entry 846
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