The day will showcase the unique and stunning geology above and below the Yorkshire Dales. We will take you on a journey on foot across the National Parks rich and diverse limestone landscape, taking in such features as its unique fauna and flora, geological features such as sinkholes, cave resurgences, faults and rock lithologies with explanations of their origins. All while discussing their significance nationally and internationally and how this knowledge has led cavers to explore the last remaining wilderness of Britain.
After lunch (not provided), your guides will kit you out ready to explore the vast and stunning expanse beneath your feet. Showing you first hand the features that led to their discovery before admiring the many subterranean waterfalls, cascades, fossils, intricate cave formations and regaling tales of life at the final frontiers of exploration. Note: Your caving trip will be at a friendly introductory level but will require a reasonable level of fitness. No squeezes just awe inspiring streamways we promise.
Date: Saturday 25th July 2020
Time: 9.30am – 4.30pm
Cost: £45.00 per person plus small booking fee. U18’s £25.00
Booking: Essential. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 01729 824455.