• Matt Brooker on the SF2 CCR
• Albert Pete on the RB80 SC-CCR
Nice easy and conservative dive to survey the site for access issues and also a first dive for me at this particular location. Basic plan was to do either 40 mins in / 3rds on gas / -45m max depth – whichever was reached first.
Nice dive, with pretty good vis throughout. No one had been in for a while, as when line was moved you would get a ‘ghost line’ from the dust. Nice features with relatively dark rock. Water temperature ranged from 8c to 10c. There are some areas of clay/silt/sediment to be aware off but they are easily avoided and not in areas of restriction. The lines towards the later end of the system become more slack and at times required re-fixing.
• DMS – 42°12’14.0″N 1°17’52.3″E
• DD – 42.203882, 1.297866
• Address – 25793 Coll de Nargó, Lleida, España
• GoogleMaps – https://goo.gl/maps/of1F6xjQ8HviiNnH7
Parking is on the road side just short of the bridge above the dive base, approx. 20-30m away. Carrying equipment is relatively easy and there are some improvised steps in place to assist on the way down. There is also a nice bench for kitting up before the dive. You need a ladder at times of lower water levels to access the water in the dive base. It is also possible to rig and lower equipment from bridge directly to the water.
Access is publicly available with no known restrictions applied.