Saturday, 20th December 2014 by Keith
Video highlights of the caving year with members of Dudley Caving Club, featuring caves and potholes in Derbyshire, South Wales and Yorkshire. An amazing insight into the world beneath our feet. Why do we go caving? Are we mad? Could you do it? Discover how to climb in perfect safety using the latest invention from […]
Sunday, 4th August 2013 by Colin
Yesterday had turned into an unplanned rest day. We got lots of paper research done and even some ground was covered but the highlight of the day was the expedition meal.
Wednesday, 31st July 2013 by Colin
Over a late breakfast we noticed another brush fire, maybe they are quite common out here at this time of year? Anyway it wasn’t between us and the cave so off we went.
Tuesday, 30th July 2013 by Colin
After not achieving what we wanted on our last visit the two of us are back for more, firm in our belief that we will make progress, hopefully. With unusually hot weather in the UK we are a bit worried about how hot it will get here, in fact we have already seen our first […]
Wednesday, 29th May 2013 by Keith
The Fault Aven area is a series of high level passages above the First River Chamber in the main streamway of Ogof Ffynnon Ddu. This area is unique in that Pom Pom Passage is the only part of the cave to be formed on the southern side of the OFD stream-way. Here’s a video report […]
Wednesday, 29th May 2013 by Rachel
We spent the Sunday and Monday of the bank holiday weekend caving in South Wales. On Sunday we met Brendan and a new Dudley recruit, Laura, at Penwyllt, the South Wales Caving Club HQ. After numerous cups of tea we kitted up and headed up to Top Entrance of OFD. Our destination was The OFD […]
Thursday, 4th April 2013 by Colin
On Tuesday evening we attended the expedition dinner which, being held in a Spanish bar, started quite late.