Spanish potholers, members of a university, group, are filmed at a new cave they have discovered in the Ranero mountain in the Carranza area of Biscay.
G.V. PAN OF MOUNTAIN SCENERY IN BISCAY.
S.V. PAN EQUIPMENT BEING HAULED UP MOUNTAINSIDE.
L.V. DITTO TO CAVE ENTRANCE.
S.V. EQUIPMENT LYING ABOUT AT ENTRANCE TO CAVE.
S.V. MINIATURE LADDER BEING LOWERED INTO OPENING.
C.U. MAN DESCENDING DOWN SIDE OF OPENING WALL.
G.V. INT. SHOWING MEN WALKING THROUGH CAVE AMONGST STALACTITES AND STALAGMITES.
NEARER V. DITTO.
C.U. HAND POINTING TO STALAGMITE AND STALACTITE JOINED TOGETHER AND PAN UP.
L.V. PAN DOWN SHOWING STALAGMITE IN SHAPE OF A BIG ORGAN.
C.U. STALAGMITES SHAPE CASTING A SHADOW ON CAVE WALL.
G.V. MEN WALKING THROUGH CAVE.
S.V. STALACTITES HANGING FROM CAVE ROOF.
S.V. MASS OF STALACTITES HANGING FROM ROOF.
S.T.V. MEN WALKING THROUGH CAVE UNDER STALACTITES HANGING FROM ROOF OF CAVE.
S.V. MAN COMING UP TO ENTRANCE OF CAVE.
C.U. DITTO AND BEING PATTED ON THE SHOULDER BY OTHERS.
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Background: Spanish potholers, members of a university, group, are filmed at a new cave they have discovered in the Ranero mountain in the Carranza area of Biscay.
Using 700 kilograms of equipment they were able to explore the 225-meter long, horse-shoe shaped cave.
The reward for their efforts: The sight of fairy tales setting of stalagmites and stalactites.