The team, which also included students from Cardiff University and members of South Wales Caving Club, created surveys which will help researchers get a better understanding of glaciers and their rate of melting.
What does SWCC stand for?
SWCC stands for South Wales Caving Club (UK)
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The team, which also included students from Cardiff University and members of South Wales Caving Club created surveys which will help researchers get a better understanding of glaciers and their rate of melting.
Among the more difficult routes is Ogof Draenen which is 41 miles long Julian Carter, of the South Wales Caving Club, said: "The geology of the caves in Afghanistan will be very much different to those in the Brecon Beacons.
Peter was one of the founder members of the South Wales Caving Club and was the last Peter IW Harvey's Diary Whitsun Holiday 1946 DURING the Whitsun Holiday [of 1946] we visited the Swansea Valley once more.
Members of the South Wales Caving Club often visit the caves complex, known as Llethryd Swallet.
This crawl was not passed until 1963 when Eileen Davies, a local girl and member of the South Wales Caving Club struggled through it.
A South Wales Caving Club member said yesterday that military activity had been noted in a number of caves on the Brecon Beacons and in the hills around Llangatwg.