Peak District Caving

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Pinhole Cave


Limited & closely supervised access only. Contact Head Ranger well in advance, with SAE, at Visitor Centre, Crags Road, Welbeck, Worksop, Notts, S80 3LH, or tel. (reveal), to discuss requirements. A range of guided tours is available. Heritage site.


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Jenkinson, R.D.S. (2023), A North-Western Habitat: the Paleoethology and Colonisation of a European Peninsula (a comprehensive analysis of excavations in Pin Hole Cave, Creswell Crags), Internet Archaeology 61, , Department of Archaeology, University of York