Field Trip: Lancaster Hole to County Pot in Ease Gill Caverns through trip. Through Trip in either direction on Sun 14th August
Session code: FG1
Field / General, Main EuroSpeleo Conference
Mr Andy Hall
Lancaster-Ease Gill Cave System
The Caves under and around Ease Gill on the Cumbria/Lancashire of border of the UK form part of the longest and most complex system in Britain, the Three Counties System. The system extends beneath Casterton, Leck and Ireby Fells around the western and southern flanks of Gregareth Hill, with around 80Km of passages. The caves are formed in the Carboniferous (Dinantian) Great Scar Limestone.They contain a wide range of passage types, sediments and speleothems.
SRT gear needed. All pitches are pre-rigged. Trip takes 4-6 hours.
Guided by members of the Red Rose Cave and Pothole Club on Sun 14th August