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A lot of information is now available online and in some places the online resources are the most up-to-date. Even more info is available in book form in stores or in the Docs box that goes on every trip.
- CNCC - Permits and info, descriptions and rigging topos, interactive map of locations
- Northern Caves - the online version of the 2017 guidebook mentioned below, covering The Three Counties System and the North West
- Yorkshire Cave locations
- Cave Maps - Old surveys
- Eurospeleo - The bespoke descriptions created for the caves that were rigged for Eurospeleo 2016, which was held in the Dales.
- Easegill Caverns
- Braemoor guides - Alternative rigging routes in Aquamole, Notts, LJ Dome, Bar Pot; Ease Gill route guides; lesser Gaping entrances rigging guides; couple of extra route descriptions, + misc etc
- Derbyshire Caving Association - DCA - Access info and News
- Derbyshire Cave Registry - database of caves
- Caves of South Wales - Cave info, pictures and descriptions
- Rigging topos - for the small amount of SRT one can do in South Wales
- Mendip Cave Registry - database of caves in the Mendips, which may include surveys, descriptions and photos. Generally no access information.
- Council of Southern Caving Clubs - Access guide.
- Mendip caves - Some geology stuff!
Forest of Dean:
Go-to books include:
- Selected Caves of Britain and Ireland, by Des Marshall and Donald Rust (1994)
- Northern Caves Volumes 1, 2 and 3 (1988-1994)
- Northern Caves III, by Sam Allshorn and Paul Swire (2017)
- Caves of the Peak District, by Iain Barker and John Beck (2010)
- Mendip Underground, by Alan Gray, Rob Taviner and Richard Witcombe (2013)
- Not for the Faint Hearted: 50 Harder Caving Trips in Yorkshire, by Mike Cooper (2006)
Can sometimes get quite detailed trip descriptions from other clubs who publish such stuff online and from reports on UKcaving. Here's a quick list:
- York Uni (YUCPC)
- York Caving Club
- White Rose
- Black Rose
- Sheffield Uni (SUSS)
- Leeds Uni (ULSA)