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Potholing: Beneath the Northern Pennines

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Potholing: Beneath the Northern Pennines

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Potholing: Beneath the Northern Pennines

David Heap's Potholing: Beneath the Northern Pennines is one of the true classics of 'modern' exploration. Within the narrative of explorations are descriptions of routes with many photos and surveys (Magnetometer Pot has a fold-out sheet). Heap's chapters start with the 'spirit of caves' and continue through easy sites such as Calf Holes, to deeper caves including Ireby Cavern and Marble Steps Pot, before looking at Lost Johns and Grange Rigg. Having also described the Providence Pot to Dow Cave traverse (in that direction), then Swinsto Hole, Simpson's Pot and Penyghent Pot, Heap looks at the future of caving and how explorations are ongoing throughout Britain. Appendices list the Craven's most severe and deepest pots. Every caver should own Heap's masterpiece.

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Binding:
Hardback
Dustjacket:
Worn at edges, price clipped from inside flap
Size:
140mm x 222mm approx
Pages:
xvii+206
Illustrations:
b&w photos and line drawings
Publication date:
1964
Detailed condition:
Binding good, cover unmarked, pages clean; slight edge wear from handling; fold-out sheet is intact with no tears
Condition:
Very good
Availability:
All available copies are assigned to UK stock. If you require posting to a non-UK address, please let us know and we will alter the allocation so that you can place your order.
Stock no:
sh1339
Author:
David Heap

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Cover may have minor scuff marks, but is clean and unmarked. Binding is good, pages are clean; this is almost the quality of a new book.

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