Shute Shelve Cavern
|Shute Shelve Cavern|
Access is controlled by the Axbridge Caving Group via a locked gate and completely closed during the bats' roosting season.
Chamber 1 has taped areas shows scallops to the right and miners supports and a large geode up to the left. Chamber 2 is a large rift with taped off areas for conservation. Further areas are known as Box Tunnel and Elm Street.
Carcass Cave dig is virtually feet away which used a monorail system, ladders and platforms.
- Farrant, A.R.; Gray, A. (1993). "Shute Shelve Cavern. Exploration, History and Geomorphology" (PDF). Proceedings of the University of Bristol Spelaeology Society. 3: 283–290.
- "Crook Peak and Axbridge". British Geological Survey. Retrieved 2009-07-07.
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