Gough's Old Cave Cheddar First Feeder Long Hole Champion's Hole Saye's Hole Gallery Cave Roadside Hole Cheddar Second Rising Little Oone's Hole Great Oone's Hole Lost Cave of Cheddar Scabious Hole Pygmy Shelters Ivy Cliff Half-cave Bramble Bush Cave Supra-Cooper's Fissures Slitter Hole Cooper's Hole Cliff Hotel Lake Risings Sun Hole Pride Evans' Hole Pride Evans' Attic Soldier's Hole Bridged Rift Cave Yew Cleft Hole Pavey's Workings - shaft Cox's Cave Pavey's Workings - gallery Pavey's Cave Subsidiary Hole Honey Hole Bake Hole Sugar Loaf Slitter Monkey Rock Cave Sunnyside Terrace Hole Heart Leaf Bluff Hole Flint Jack's Cave High Rock Shelter Landslip Quarry Rift Amphitheatre Cave Canyon Cave Gough's Garage Rift Priest Rock Hole Frenchman's Pinnacle
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|NGR:||ST 4670 5391|
|Classes:||cave, archaeo, rising|
Show Cave. Entrance used for both habitation, burial and other uses. Gough extended cave from just before Fonts to the present dry limit. CDG in 1986 discovered the extensive submerged river and large open chambers.
Alternate Names: Gough's Rockwork Caves, Sand Cave
Notes: Digs that took place in Boulder Chamber frequently flood. This chamber was inhabited by David Lafferty in 1966 in order to break world underground stay record. One of the most important palaeolithic sites in Europe.
Hydrographic Feeds: Charterhouse area caves; Wigmore, Tor Hole etc..
Entrance to Gough's Cave, Cheddar.
Entrance to the Caves
Plan of outer part
Gough's Cave, Cheddar, Somerset., Manning and Stride brothers, 1948
Cheddar Caves, Gough's Caves.
Caves of Cheddar Gorge, Stanton, W.I., 1965
The Cheddar Caves, Stanton, W.I., 1952
This entry was last updated: 2016-02-21 11:16:24
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