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April 2022


The large volume of water entering the cave following the melting of the ‘lambing snow’ has meant that I have not been able to conduct tours for the past few days.  I have made use of this spare time by searching for caves elsewhere across the Durness area.  This was met with success near the southern end of the Kyle of Durness, where two new caves were discovered.  Although short at the moment, future removal of inner blockages should allow entry into visible extensions.  Further extension of a site closer to Smoo Cave was also made, which is particularly interesting as it trends towards Smoo Cave. 

Fraser Eadie

Fraser is your tour guide when you visit Smoo Cave. He has worked at Smoo Cave for more than ten years. Fraser is an enthusiastic caver and a member of Scottish Cave Rescue Organisation.

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