Yorkshire Caving Adventure

The annual November caving trip to the limestone caverns of North Yorkshire saw record numbers of students underground crawling through narrow gaps, ascending and descending underground and over ground waterfalls and wading through deep pools of freezing water. The younger students all managed to get through the legendary cheese press crawl which is a mere 22cm deep at its narrowest part whilst the older students were confident enough to sing Christmas Carols before timing themselves to see who could ascend a rock face the quickest.

 In between the underground adventures the walking teams climbed two of the highest peaks inYorkshire as well as braving the terrors of the Gordale Scar waterfall climb. The weekend involved students from years 7-12 all working and living together and was a great success.

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