Caving - Inspirational/Historical Porth yr Ogof

 

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Porth yr Ogof

Porth yr Ogof, in the Brecon Beacons National Park, is one of the best known caves in Britain. Visited by over 30,000 people a year, and is one of the most important sites for introductory caving, cavern and cave diving activities.

This colourful, highly informative booklet is aimed at groups and describes all the varied facets of the underground world from geology and cave formation to history and future exploratory potential. Apart from car park times and fees, (attendant seven days a week and £4.00 per car in 2014) this has all the information you need.

The latest edition, published in 2014, has been updated with some new images and text.

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