• Dam Hibberts in the boulder choke

Gateham Swallet

Gateham Swallet is a large sink hole located high on a limestone plateau.

The Eldon installed a lid and have been digging down in the boulder choke below. In the summer 2012 a small rift was found leading away from the main choke with a strong draught. Work continues...

For more images of Gateham and the recent extensions, see here.

 

 


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July 2012

Written by RobEavis on .

Numerous trips were undertaken during the Peak Expedition 2012, attacking the boulder choke at the bottom. A number of breakthroughs occured, finding some short rift passages that skirt around the main choke. Unfortunately at the end it connects back into large boulders, making the dig now quite a challenging place...