Working Together for Northern Caving

The CNCC is the regional council of the British Caving Association for northern England and Scotland, and the representative body for caving clubs in these regions. Working with landowners to achieve greater access for cavers, as well as providing resin anchor placement and conservation coordination. Read more...

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31 May 2022
New descriptions May 2022
We are delighted to now offer route descriptions for: Link Pot to The Mistral: Our first description venture into the southern end of Ease Gill Caverns, a great short through-trip and...
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27 May 2022
Rumbling Hole tree removal
Another casualty of some of the storms in late 2021 was a tree overhangling Rumbling Hole on Leck Fell which had fallen and partially blocked the entrance pitch. On 16th May,...
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28 April 2022
Three Counties - Lune Valley initiative
The Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust have a new initiative surrounding the Lune Valley/Three Counties region: https://www.ydmt.org/what-we-do/three-counties/ This scheme aims to gather funding to deliver a wide range of projects and initiatives to...
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30 March 2022
Open Access at Birks Fell Cave
Short story for those in a rush... From 1st April 2022 the CNCC will no longer be facilitating a permit system for Birks Fell Cave. In-keeping with this cave being on Access...
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