/ caves the peaks
....and have a cafe would idealy be nice and quiet with on one around
I know you Mendip cavers are always a bit zoned out on scrumpy BUT Hardrawkin is in the Dales, Mr Deepstar. There are some nice caffs down the road in Ingleton though and Hardrawkin Pot does knock spots off most Peak caves .....
Actually, if the OP does make it up here better options close by would be Middle Washfold http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/255320 to Great Douk http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/904880 or Sunset Hole down to the first pitch head. Then there are Long Churn and Borrins Moor over the other side of Ingleborough plus loads more (without all that horrible Peak mud).
You are the Don Quixote of UCK, and I salute you sir. :O)
> You are the Don Quixote of UCK, and I salute you sir. :O)
Hey, at least the Peak is real, unlike the peaks and windmills disguised as knights :-)
Do me a favour if your not that far away can you give us a shout on conditions on tuesday we are heading up wed am plan being to go caving wed night
Back on topic: Carlswark via Gin entrance. Cafe at Calver lights.
You might not have it to yourself during the day, though not many groups venture past Noughts and Crosses.
A survey would be very useful.
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