The Black Rose trip reports section is designed for reports of caving trips we undertake or any other write-ups by the BRCC and its members. It is intended to complement the Log Book (which is intended for brief notes of every trip), by providing a means of full write-ups with the possibility of including pictures etc. Some of the trip reports are old and were not BRCC club trips, but they have been undertaken by current BRCC members. Some of these trip reports have appeared elsewhere whilst others have never been seen before. A figure in brackets beside a cave name indicates the number of reports for that particular cave.
In certain circumstances the nature of the cave means other caves/entrances are used as exchanges or through trips etc, in this instance it is usually the cave first entered that it will be listed under. Examples include Gaping Gill and Ease Gill, systems that both have multiple entrances. Thus if you are after information on part of GG or Ease Gill etc, have a look at the other cave / potholes that connect to the systems.
If any member wishes to have a trip report or article included on here then just send it to us. We have placed a few more pictures on the site now, with thanks to Andy Whitney for allowing us to use some of his pictures for some of our very early trips. Duncan Jones and Mike Skyrme have provided a respectable amount of photos and also more recently Daniel Jackson and Alex Ritchie have started to provide some.
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If you have any comments, suggestions or if you spot any errors in the write ups then please contact us via the main BRCC website
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Disclaimer: The reports on this site are written by and are the views of the author, the name of whom can be found at the bottom of each report and they in no way whatsoever represent the views of the BRCC nor are they intended to provide you with a guide to any cave or pot mentioned. Any issues relating to any report please try to resolve them with the author first before contacting the club.