Great Relief Pot

Moorland Caver (2003)

NGR:SE 511833
Altitude:300 m
Length: 3.6 m
Depth:3 m
Access: No known restrictions
Grade: I
Entertainment Value: I

From the public footpath at the at the top of the escarpment take the nature trail heading diagonally down slope. The entrance lies directly beside the path.
A very narrow fissure leads to an even narrower cross rift. What is interesting is the impressive draught that this hole produces – digging might pay dividends.

Discovered by A.C.V.S.U. in 1972.

Northern Caves Volume 5 (1974)

BCRA Transactions – Vol.3 No.2 – The North Yorkshire Windypits (1976)

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