Saturday, 28 February 2009

Twinkle Cave, Langcliffe


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John | English Wilderness said...

The entrance is well hidden, covered by rocks. I wandered up and down for about an hour trying to find it. It shouldn't be too tricky to find next time, now I have GPS coordinates, SD 8451 6546.

The rocks cover a 3m drop, for which I used a wire ladder. At the bottom of the drop, a crawl leads off west. This enters a north / south passage.

North enters two chambers with formations. South enters a chamber full of boulders and old bones.

Unfortunately, I missed the passage leading south from the boulder chamber. I'll save it to explore another day.

rainfield61 said...

You are such a good cave follower.
The cave does make me think of those tunnels that were dug by communists. People needs to crawl along and the passage leading to a few outlets.

Tomas Karkalas said...

Wow, thank you for the awe inspiring photos. While viewing your pictures the fairy tales were born in my heart - I jumped over the time into the homeland of the eternal values.
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Respectfully yours
Tomas Karkalas

Dario said...

The picture of that cave is a little frightening. I wouldn't like to be walking in there looking at the sky


Mother Goose said...

The entrance to your cave looks like it could be the entrance to Wonderland.

John | English Wilderness said...

I wondered if anyone would mention Alice in Wonderland :-)

Scaleber Cave and Twinkle Cave both look like a large rabbit hole. Fortunately, they're a bit larger once you're inside!

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