Jaskinia Mylna


Useful Information

Location: Koscieliska valley.
Open: no restrictions [2006]
Fee: free [2006]
Classification:  Karst cave
Light: bring torch
Dimension: L=1,300m, VR=20m, A=1,098m asl.
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Address: Jaskinia Mylna, Tel: +48-, Fax: +48-,
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History


Description

Jaskinia Mylna (Mylna Cave) is a horizontal cave with a passages in various directions. Main directions are northeast to southwest and northwest to southeast. The result is a sort of labyrinth, and with a total length of 1,300m it is a rather big cave. It has various entrances, and generally a visit is made as a through trip.

This is a so-called semi wild cave. It has a tour path and ropes at the wall which serve as handrail. As the cave is horizontal a visit is not very difficult, provided the visitor brings the necessary equipment. There is no electric light.

When visiting this cave, wear sturdy shoes, old clothes, warm enough for the cool cave. Helmet and headlamp are very much recommended, at least two lamps per person too.


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