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The entrance to Gaping Gill is quite dramatic

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The entrance to Gaping Gill is quite dramatic

Caption - The entrance to Gaping Gill is quite dramatic. However much of the drama is unseen as beneath your feet is a cave as large as York Minster. Each year it is possible to be winched down into the cave when local potholing groups raise funds for their activities.

Walk 1248 : Trow Gill, Ingleborough & Long Scar

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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