Access to Devon Caves

Those caves with passages of more than about 60metres in length, and those that are gated.

Afton Red Rift
Key available from DCUC. No commercial usage.

Bakerís Pit
Key available from DCUC

Bickington Pot
Permission from Landowner (key available via DCUC (on behalf of Vincent Wildlife Trust)

Bunkers Hole
Leader system available from DCUC + Fee to farmer £0.50 (2008)

Cliffordís Cave
Open Access but note that it is a SSSI.

Colemanís Maze
No Access due to attitude of local residents

Coombesend Chasm
Sealed Landfill site Access denied by DCC.

Corbridge Cavern
Leader system available from DCUC

Dart Garage Cave
Scientific access only through VWT

Dart River Cave
Open access landowner (Abbey Inn) to be notified.

Denbury Sink
Owner of land permits some access via DKRS (Devon Karst Research Society). This is likely to be only for scientific purposes and probably led.

Dog Hole
Entry fee payable to Farmer £1.50 (2010)
Key to extension available from DCUC (no novices in extension)

Hogberry Cave
Leader system available from DCUC

Joint Mitnor *
Leader system available from WPCST

Kentís Cavern
A show cave entry £8.50 (2010)

Kerswell Cave
Open Access

Kitley Show Cave
Possible access contact David Jean

Meet Cave

Nappís Cave
Permission from Landowner (caravan park) has been gated but not locked (2004)

Pigeon Cave

Pixies Hole
Access controlled by Devon Bat group & VWT key available from DCUC
Pridhamsleigh Cavern
Entry fee payable to Farmer £1.50 (2010)

Radford Cave
Key available from DCUC

Reedís Cave *
Leader system available from WPCST

Rift Cave *
Leader system available from WPCST

Rock House Cave Scientific access only through VWT

Shaky Cave
Entry fee payable to Farmer £0.50 (2010)

Skullcap Cave
Open Access but note that it is a SSSI.



Spiderís Hole *
See WPCST

Sweetwater Pot
Leader system available from DCUC


Thru Cave

Torr Bridge Cave

West Ogwell Cave
no access at present

Windmill Hill Cave
No Access

Whitecleve Quarrry Cave & mine
Fee to farmer £0.50 (2008) [although there may be an issue over Land ownership]


Yealmton Cave