Beck Head Cave

Beck Head Cave, Clapdale

Beck Head Cave is the main resurgence of the waters from the Ingleborough Cave / Gaping Gill system - the stream of Clapham Beck rising from the base of a cliff by a bridge adjacent to the main (dry) entrance of Ingleborough Cave in Clapdale, a pleasant walk from the village of Clapham in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales' "Three Peaks" country.

Slightly further up the valley is Beck Head Stream Cave, which also connects with the system.

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