Ingleborough Cave

Ingleborough Cave

The entrance to Ingleborough Cave is at the base of a limestone cliff in Clapdale, a pleasant walk from the village of Clapham in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales' "Three Peaks" country.

Part of the cave is electrically lit and open to members of the public, but at the end of the show cave what lies beyond is strictly for experienced cavers and potholers only - a complex of caverns which connect with the main Gaping Gill system, the waters from which emerge at Beck Head Cave a short distance from the main (dry) entrance of Ingleborough Cave.

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