Major Sump is a large vein cavity that is full of silt. Above Major Sump, the passage just ended but due to the presence of the sump, it wasn't possible to see if there was any opportunities for further exploration beyond so it needed bolting. So during Nov and early Dec 2011; Henry Rockcliffe, Rostam Namaghiset and Tom Smith of Sheffield University Speleological Society (SUSS) bolt traversed across the right hand wall and found there was no way on but at least it has now been ticked off.

For more info about the actual trip, see: SUSS Website

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Covid 19 - Peak Speedwell System (Including Titan & JH)

Due to the current advice from the UK Government and the World Health Organisation regarding Covid 19 along with the temporary closure of the Chapel (TSG Hut), we have taken the decision to restrict Peak Cavern bookings to one party (note we have removed the limit on numbers) on weekend days only.

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