From here you can explore a fine series of phreatic passages, most ending (for the dry caver) in sumps. Carbon dioxide levels are also noticeable in parts of the cave. Generally the caving is pretty straight forward, although there is the odd awkward climb to deal with. The passages are very sculptural and if you look carefully there are some great fossils to be found in the rock, whilst a couple of species of cave beetle were also spotted wandering around.
|Last short descent into the cave|
|Looking downstream (?) towards a sump|
|Ammonite fossils in the cave floor|
|Superb phreatic passage|
|Iain Miller enjoying a fine borehole type passage!|
|Just up passage from the entrance pitches|
|Enjoying close to 40C heat after a caving trip - damned hot!|