Diccan Pot (Alum Pot)
Diccan Pot is an extremely active pothole. The water level responds extremely quickly to rain and the ropes on the pitches (particularly the first pitch) hang very close to the waterfalls. The first pitch can become extremely hazardous. At least two days of dry conditions and settled weather during the trip are essential.
The caves of Alum Pot area (including Alum Pot, Long Churn, Diccan Pot, Borrins Moor Cave and others nearby) are either on, or often approached via private land and a small fee (one pound per person) is payable at Selside Farm. PLEASE NOTE; Since these caves reopened after the Covid-19 lockdown there is now a collection box positioned by the front door; please put your correct fee into the box without introducing yourself to the residents. It is advisable that just one person from the group enters the farmyard to make payment. Park responsibly on the green lane on the north side of Selside leading to the caves.
NGR: SD 77414 75681
Please note that grid references are correct to the best of our knowledge however are often taken from old books so they may not be absolutely accurate and are shown simply as a guide.
What 3 words: grandson.depravity.finger
Diccan Pot is equipped with Eco 'P' resin anchors within the BCA Anchor Scheme.
No surveys have been added for this cave yet.
Last updated: 6 Jul 2020