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The entrance to Juniper Gulf
|Location||Yorkshire, Northern England|
|Depth||128 metres (420 ft)|
|Length||244 metres (801 ft)|
Juniper Gulf is a pit cave in on the side of Ingleborough in Yorkshire, England. It is a popular single rope technique (SRT) trip for cavers, especially known for its final 50-metre (160 ft) pitch.
- Gardner, John (May 2003). "Classic Caves: Juniper Gulf". Bulletin of the BCRA. British Cave Rescue Association (2): 8–9. Retrieved 11 August 2016.
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