Below are a number of links to useful Caving websites...
CaveMaps.org is an extremely useful site that contains a large amount of surveys for caves and potholes in
the North of England (many of which are BCC surveys). It also contains integration with google maps and has
markers for cave entrances overlaid onto a satelite image using GPS positioning. Another interesting feature is
that numerous surveys have been overlaid onto google maps satelite images and you can visibly see the
location / direction of the cave passageways. Overall an extremely useful site for any serious caver.
UK Caving is a good Caving site that contains a forum, and also has a
You can post caving related questions in the forums where you will usually get a
prompt answer, and the wiki contains a wealth of information on caves in the UK.
In the Dales there are 2 main centres of operation for Cavers and they are both in Ingleton, Ingelsport and Bernie's.
Both have cafes, and also sell a wide range of Caving gear, from full SRT kits to pairs of helmets and lamps.
Inglesport offers a very good range of products, click through to the site to have a browse.
Bernie's also has a good collection of Caving gear.
ABOUT THE SITE
This site is built and maintained by Dan Ormisher, a member of Burnley Caving Club and a professional web developer.
BCC is always on the look out for new members, if you are an experienced caver, a total novice, or just curious, then come
along and have a go in our climbing tower where you will be shown the ropes by a team of highly experienced cavers.