After a hard week of science at Sandia National Labs, I met up with Alex, Minori and Carrin to explore…
Another weekend of exploring the caves of Wild Boar Fell in more detail.
We camped on the limestone pavement and explored the numerous “Angerholme Pots” on the eastern flank. On Sunday we checked out the disappointing shakeholes on the western flank,
A wonderful weekend in the Dales with excellent food, good photography and fine company. Also some new caves, which is always a pleasure.
A multi-activity day featuring animal rescue, caving, a canyon recce and some kite flying.
It had been a long time since I’d stayed at Greenclose Cottage, the caving “hut” run by the Northern Pennine Club in the Yorkshire Dales. Rhys and I booked in for the long weekend, and planned an ambitious schedule of caving, climbing, cycling, canyoning and hiking, only three of which actually happened.
About 30 minutes drive from where I’m living in North Yorkshire lies Jenga Pot, part of the greatest cave system on the North York Moors. The North York Moors are not exactly famed for their caves, so it’s possible that this is not particularly high praise.