Caves and caving in the Yorkshire Dales
For the expert potholer, special attractions include the Gaping Gill system on the western flank of Ingleborough, Alum Pot in Ribblesdale, Mossdale Caverns in Upper Wharfedale, the Kingsdale Master System in Kingsdale near Ingleton and the Goyden Pot and Manchester Hole systems in Upper Nidderdale - to name but a few.
The Leck Fell area also includes the famous "Three Counties" Lancaster Pot and Easegill Caverns System - with over 70 km of known passages this is believed to be one of the longest and most complex cave systems in Britain (!)
For the more casual visitor, special show caves which are open to the public include the following:
- Ingleborough Cave in Clapdale near Clapham
- Stump Cross Caverns near Pateley Bridge
- White Scar Caves near Ingleton
More information on caves and caving in the Yorkshire Dales region can be found on the following (externally maintained) websites:
[N.B. Please mention the Eagle Intermedia Yorkshire Dales website when making your enquiries.]
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